I've never done it, but it doesn't look too difficult. I think the hardest part is keeping brake fluid off the carpet.
A lot of people have problems with bleeding the system, though. I used a power bleeder after re-installing my tranny, and it was a piece of cake. If you don't have a power bleeder, bleeding the brakes will be a big PITA without a helper. With a helper, it should be a lot easier, but I can't speak from experience on that one.
If you're not comfortable doing the work yourself, a dealer shouldn't charge much to do the work. It can be a messy job, but it shouldn't take long AFAIK.
it was so hard trying to figure out how to get to that part i ended up taking of the fuse box and the left front wheel well cover to be able to get to them. the haynes manuel says to jack up the car and do it but there is no way you can do that i couldnt fit my arms into where it was and im not a big guy