I got the Volvo radiator from FCP Euro on Monday, but had other things going on. Started the replacement Wednesday afternoon but ran out of daylight and finished on Thursday morning. It was the first time I've done a radiator myself, but after watching videos I decided to try and take it out the top without using ramps/jacks. The FCP video used this method on an 850 Turbo and they moved a hard pipe to the side by loosening the connection to the throttle body. Unfortunately, on the V70R the hard pipe can't be accessed in the same way which means working around it. I was still able to take apart the stack to take it out in sections, but had to remove the fan from the shroud to do so in the allotted space. After completing this repair, I'd probably recommend taking everything out the bottom in a stack. The aligning of the bolts to along the edge to put things back together while it's in the car was a pain in the ass. But, fairly happy I didn't break anything other than the green plastic clips for the transmission fluid lines. They were pretty brittle and it was around $30 for a couple of new ones from the dealership, but I wasn't going to wait for an online order to save a couple dollars.