This is exactly what I was looking for. However the plastic cover under the engine is not the same on this guys' M3, but I'm sure I can easily figure it out when the car's up on ramps. So far, everything on this car that I have worked on is idiot simple.
The Germans really have a thing for snapping pieces together. Much easier than domestic cars, who's engineers apparently built the entire car starting from one bolt and working outward, covering each preceeding part with another, and thus making it impossible to remove anything that isn't sitting directly on top of the engine! AKA my last car: a 1995 Ford Taurus SHO (Super High Output). To change ANYTHING in that car is a bitch. You literally have to remove the entire intake manifold to access the rear spark plugs. The oil filter is directly above the starter, so when you remove it, oil spills all over your starter and sub-frame. Brilliant, Ford. Brilliant.
2002 BMW 325i