It's pretty straightforward, you just have to plan
This kit's hardest/longest phase was soaking all of the resin parts in dishwashing liquid to remove the release agent. Other than that, it builds pretty quickly. Also, I'm a bit lazy and I traditionally just throw away the white metal and buy aftermarket plastic or resin parts.
It's either that or spend hours straightening bent metal pieces and getting rid of the flash, etc. It adds more money to the kit's cost but it saves on time. The photoetch is pretty straight forward on the Yankee Modelworks kits as well. "Just enough."