Its really not hard, you just have to make sure each side is the same, so your tire is not crooked. There are markings on there you can line up. just make sure everything is tight before you start the bike. your gonna need stands do to this mod anyways, or a rope the the ceiling to jack the bike up, but if its stable, star the bike up after your done, put in in gear and run through the gears, make sure the tire tracks straight. But dont be thrown off, the mud on the tire will make it look like its not tracking straight sometimes.
The chain should have no more than 1 inch of play from the top to the bottom, i believe, i like mine around 3/4 inch play, i like it a bit tighter for some reason, maybe because the bikes new, and the chain my stretch, idk. If you pull it up, then back down, measure the distance from the top stroke to the bottom, I do it by eye. because its pretty darn hard to mess up the chain tightness. you'll know if its too tight or too lose by looking at it and feeling it.
Its not a hard mod to do, once you get started you'll realize how easy it is.
Now given that, I do not know how much mechanical expertise you have... So you have 2 options, try it, and deal with the consequences later if you fail, or bring it to a shop and pay for it to be done.
Worst you can do is have it half apart and not figure out how to get the gear on or whatever and send it to a shop after giving up lol
You learn through experience, if you don't give it a shot, your never gonan gain the confidence and experience to do you own work in the future.
=D cheers man! If you get into it and have questions, pm me or post here, i may be able to help, its still fresh in my mind.