Hey, you get to pull the engine/trans out. A slow mechanic like me would have everything disconnected the first day. Winch it out the next day. When I did that on my Courier 96, I built a rack on caster wheels with 3" tubing along the top to match the height of the bus engine cradle. Once your engine is out, you have the opportunity to tidy up oil leaks, and fix this and that. Heck, you might as well overhaul the whole thing, LOL. Put a turbo on it too! That's what I did.
My clutch still had lots of meat on it, but I took the fly-wheel for resurfacing. Make sure the throw-out bearing is good, and check everything over good.