Did the oil change this morning. Some comments.
I drove the front wheels on a few stacked 2x4's to get the vehicle up a few more inches to give me room. Could have done without, but why struggle?
I think the previous mechanic used a impact wrench to put on the drain plug!
I had to get out my 1/2" drive breaker bar on a 14 mm socket to loosen it.
I used my Lisle 63600 tool to get the filter off. No problems. It was a little messy with the oil dripping down, but not bad.
Installed plug with new crush washer and torqued it to 34 ft-lb. This seemed tighter than I was expecting. Next time, Fumoto valve! No more crush washers.
Filled new oil filter with oil, smeared new oil on gasket, hand tighten it as much as possible. I think I got about 3/4 turns after contact. I hope this is enough as the FSM and filter itself stated 7/8 turns, but it's hard to get to it with the exhaust right there. I didn't want to use the Lisle on it (plus, I'm not sure if this can be used to tighten!).
Filled it with Castrol GTX 5W30. I used about 4-1/3 qt. It still seemed a little low, but took it to the store and back. Let it sit a few minutes and checked again to see it at the notch, above the upper hole. Weird! Seems like I gained oil during the trip.
Overall, a pretty easy job in nice weather. I'm not sure I want to do this in 20F weather in February!