That is an excellent idea with the baggies! I do plan on many pictures, writing out the list of steps before hand based off some of the engine removal videos for this I've been watching - I'll add baggy numbers as I go along. Not knowing when something goes in and why has caught me in the past .Forgot to mention, take a TON of pictures during disassembly. It may take you 6-8 weeks to get the transmission back and then you will start questioning things. We have a clipboard with about 25 or so line items. Each item matches a corresponding. gallon zip lock bag with a number on it. When you are ready to reassemble, you should get back to the first bag and have no extra parts.
I don't want to stop until I'm at the "stopping point" as it were. With the end of the year coming up I'll have plenty of long weekends to knock stuff out. I have an old laptop in the garage for looking up things or asking questions - I've found that if I complain about something not wanting to go in/come out somewhere it usually comes right out my next attempt. I don't question it.
That and this time change has really screwed with me the older I get - and I'm not that old!