Now I wish I wouldve take pictures of the pressing operation.
But it is fairly easy, I think I used a metric 21mm deep socket with my 20T shop press to push out the panhard rod bushings and the smaller bushing in the control arm. (those are the only 2 that require pressing) I kinda just held the control arm and socket straight while a friend ran the press. The bushings will be a little stubborn, but once they start to move, they get pressed out quite easily.
You also reinstall the new panhard rod bushings with the press, but can be a little tricky once those suckers are covered in grease. Just leave the metal insert out until the bushing is sitting in place.
The small set of superpro control arm bushes push in with your bare hands
The giant bushing on the control arm can be manipulated off with a 3# hammer and the new ones put in their place. Obviously, the part that says FRONT faces the front, and R/L get matched up the control arm markings.
Once I had the control arms/panhard rod out of the car, I spent about an hour total pressing stuff out, cleaning up the bushing areas, and pressing it all back on. Im sure a local machine shop could perform this service (if clearly directed) for a marginal fee. Just be sure they grease everything well!