You are allowed bad English when it is your second language. The grammar police crack down on folks who can't type proper sentences in their first (only) language.
I just swapped my clutch the other night. It took me 3.5 hours from wheels down to the clutch in my hands and another hour to install the clutch and get the transmission set in place. The rest is just downpipe, PPF, driveline and exhaust BS. As has probably been said many times:
1. Use a transmission jack unless you can bench press the transmission in multiple angles and elevations without the term 'heavy' entering your thoughts.
2. If the engine is coming out anyway, bring the transmission with it - the complete R&R is easier.
3. Chamfer the input shaft a bit so it clears the pilot bearing easier.
4. Have the tranny in gear and have the driveline handy so you can rotate the spline slightly to get the clutch plate to line up.
5. Once it is bolted up, hook up the slave cylinder before putting the rest of the car together and make sure the pedal feels like a clutch. If it goes right to the floor or doesn't move at all, wouldn't you like to know before you do the next 2 hours of work?