Certainly not easy
Getting the old bushing off wasn't bad (done without use of air tools, although if I had the choice I would be using air power). However I have a feeling that getting the new one back in is going to be a bit tougher (do to the design of the bushing and the clearance available).
I didnt want to remove the control arm because I am too cheap right now to pay for an alignment
And the only reason I am even replacing these is because my mechanic refused to pass the car for safety inspection due to "cracked/worn control arm bushing causing play in control arm"
Car drove fine, had a bit of vibration in the wheel and some slight wander at around 70-75 on the highway, but nothing major.