Just did my first set of fork seals on the bike, after four years and 75k miles. As vox says, it's an easy job. Details of the work are at: http://www.rhhall.smugmug.com/gallery/4566124_YkfYs
Here are some of the steps:
Strip the plastic and support the front end:
Remove the handlebar assembly and loosen the fork tube pinch bolt:
Carefully extract the fork tube, making sure you don't scratch it:
Pry out old upper seal:
This one is showing it's age:
Remove spring clip:
Pry out lower seal:
Clean seal area, lube new seal, and re-install with a seal tool or socket:
Install spring clip.
Inspect fork tube for any nicks, burrs, scratches:
Lubricate seal and install fork tube using a twisting motion, lube upper seal and install:
Install fork tube into triple tree, fill with fork oil to about five inches from top of fork tube.
Reinstall handlebar assembly, torque to specs:
Repeat for other side. Re-skin the bike and go for a test ride.