Umm, I don't know if this helps, but It's pretty damn easy to access it. I myself have never replaced a window, but my passenger window does not work, and the previous owners of my car popped off the factory cap and stripped the thing to make the window roll up and down manually, so I had to take the door pannel off and all that to push the window back up.
It's really simple, on the passenger door, the cap on the handle (Driver has electric mirror controls if you had that option), just pop that off, there's a screw in there, take that out, and also below the arm rest, there's 2 screw's that hold that own, remove all 3 of those, then its just held on by plastic clips.
When removing the doorpanel though, the chrome molding and ruber molding where the door panel meets the door at the top, that is all held on by metal clip things, so once you get all the clips popped out on the door pannel, you have to push the door pannel up to get the clips off. Then your window is fairly accessable, looks like it will be no problem from there, I hope that helps.
**NOTE** When reassembling, the ruber stuff and chrome molding or the top of the door panel, make sure the clip by the door lock is pushed all the way to the right, or your doors wont lock, or you wont be able to get the plastic door lock cover screwed in cause the clip will be in the way. Very simple, easy problem fixed if you run into it, just slide it over.