Installation of this cooler was quite standard. It requires a backplate, so if you don't have a case with a backplate access hole then it might be a bit of a hassle to pull your motherboard out. The fan(s) are installed by a rubber mounting system that is easy to install and prevents vibrations of the fan against the heatsink. The installation guide says to put the mounts on the heatsink first and then attach the fan onto them, but I find it much easier to install the mounts on the fan first, then slot them into their places on the heatsink.
The heatsink also comes with an "air guide". What this is supposed to do is direct the airflow coming through the heatsink onto the voltage regulators on the motherboard. While this is a good concept, I'm not sure if this would do much good as long as there is a fan in that area, but it can't hurt since it's only using residual airflow.