Replacing the covers is a simple mechanical job, but remember you will have to remove the stator from your "Timing Cover" which isn't to bad, just be careful when removing the wires & gromet.
The clutch side is a little more complex. You'll have to swap out the clutch actuating mechanisms. There is a cover plate, the clutch shaft, a pin & a spring and what looks like a rubber cush drive but I think it's there as a damper. Also there are bearings for the clutch shaft that may have to be installed in the new clutch cover. Make sure you note exactly how it all comes apart. One end of the spring fits into a hole in the end of the shaft. It can be a little tricky, but doesn't require a high skill level. Just patience and note how everything comes apart.
"Another Trumpet Rat enslaved to a Bonnie"
07 B/B, AI gone, Emgo 60's Cocktail Shakers, K&N Pods, ARKed 40/142, 1 shim, +1 risers, Custom gauge bracket, never ending tinkering