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Yeah I've done mine.
Firstly Get good quality engine mounts like GM or Mackay or Kelpro
Some people might recommend you lower the sub frame but it's not necessary. You could also remove the wiper cowl to able to lift the Engine higher but also not entirely necessary.
I agree with Fu Manchu but didn't remove the wheel wells when I did mine but definitely would make it easier.
For the passenger side, I found the best way to access the nut on the top of the mount is with a bendy 3/8" rachet with a normal length 18mm socket
And the driver side I found that a regular 3/8" rachet and normal length 18mm socket
It's all about finding the right angle with the socket.
Also I recommend removing the power steering fluid reservoir from its bracket as there's potential for it to break if you lift the engine too high
If you have time on your hands, you could remove both catalytic converters to give you even more room to access the top nut
It's a painful job because of the limited access so you really want a good set of tools for this. If removing the plastic guard lining makes the access easier then do it. The top nuts on mine were super tight so I ended up using a rattle gun from the top which wasn't easy either!
The job sucks, so do both once rather than the whole thing again for shts and giggles.