Took about 4 hours to get the bearing carrier out and another 2 hours to press and refit the bearing and another hour to put it together. So about 7 hours and not to bad a job with the right tools. Talked to my buddy (Saab mechanic) about taking the suspension/carrier apart and he and another guy I respect said just unbolt the items and bolt them back up. Nothing should mess with the alignment and such as everything is static with little adjustment. We'll just took it for a test drive and it feels good. Mostly straight down the right (very light right pull at 45 mph) but the steering wheel is a good 25 degrees off now! Enough to annoy the piss out of me and cover the right corner of the tach under certain driving conditions. So what happened here? One thought I have is the steering was turned hard to the left when I took everything apart to get a good grab on many bolts (and deal with the caliper) my logic was to put it back together under the same angle/conditions would give me the same results. Now I'm starting to think that maybe I should loosen all the bolts (strut & tie rod) and that maybe if I tighten them with the wheels (and streering wheel?) pointing forward I might gain some angle back. Or even turning the other way with the bolts lose and then retigtening. Before I got and try these ideas I'd love to read form those who know and have some experience.