Jim/anyone: Since I am going to be doing this in just a few days myself for the first time....
For the OUTER (Alternator, Water Pump, A/C compressor) belt:
you just use the 14mm socket on the center pulley hexagonal part (looks like a nut --the red box) turning it COUNTER-clockwise [direction of the arrow] to release enough tension so the belt will come off. seems like they are recommending placing an allen wrench in one of the holding boss holes to keep the auto tensioner pulley arm locked while you work the belt off, is that right?
For the INNER (Power Steering, Oil pump) belt:
same deal as above...turn the "hexagonal protrusion part of auto tensioner pulley" the bit that looks like a nut COUNTER-clockwise to loosen tension and allow the belt to be slipped off. it looks like it's a lot further down in the engine bay--can you reach it from above with a long enough ratchet handle (i don't have orangutan arms so this might be too much of a stretch for me) even though from the FSM it looks like they're going at it from below?--"that's what she said"-LOL
sorry for all the questions, just don't want to f*k anything up, but i figured i changed out my rotors and pads after seeing it done once and i replaced my washing machine's drive belt, this doesn't seem too difficult.
thanks--this forum is great for learning a ton of stuff...might snap a few pics once i've got bits off and i'm down and dirty