I hadn't done it at home in a long time. Usually, I take it to the base hobby shop and use their lift. Today, I did it in my garage. It was quite the production. First, I needed some jack stands. Ordered them for pickup at Walmart. Ordered 5 quarts of Havoline non-syn as well. Went to O'reilleys and bought a K&N filter. Came home, jacked it up a bit, placed the stands, got down on the floor, crawled under the car, drained the oil, removed the filter, cleaned and replaced it. Replaced the oil pan plug. Dropped the car, added the oil, started it up. Took it for a 5-mile local drive. When I got back, I realized the really hard part was yet to come...cleaning up the used oil! Now, getting on the floor at my age is really becoming difficult to do and getting back up is a frickin' challenge! And as difficult as it was, it was still fun to do the job. Pouring the used oil back into the quart containers and cleaning the mess up took a lot of time. It was definitely the hardest part of the day. George S. Patton partial quote: "...and whispering in his ear a warning: that all glory is fleeting." Enjoy the simple things while you are able, fellows!