Yes I do have a bunch of pictures documenting the process. The kit I installed was a Megan Racing prototype of the kit they sell now. So they had me install it and document any issues I had and do a write up on the installation. I have a PDF file of the pictures and some notes I can send you. Just send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send it over to you.
It really isn't that bad since it is a full replacement of the strut, no spring compressors involved. There's only 6 bolts holding in each strut. Getting access to the bolts is the trickier part. If you have enough wobbly extensions you can remove the top three strut nuts without removing the plastic cover at the base of the windshield. But its much easier to remove the wipers which allows you to remove the plastic cover and get better access to the top 3 nuts. For the rear there's an easy way and a hard way. The easy way is to get both rear tires off the ground at the same time, remove the lower shock bolts and the torsion beam will drop down enough to release the tension on the rear springs. The hard way is one side at a time. You'll be fighting and fighting trying to get one side of the torsion beam to drop down far enough to allow you to remove the spring.
Funny you found the MR2. That was my first conversion, I built it for someone else. Here is a link to it on the EValbum site that has most of the details: http://www.evalbum.com/2234