FWIW, the only 'snap' type connectors that gave me any concern were the two on the pointy end of the colored (red in my case) body panel. Pointy end being the technical term for front. There are I think two other buttons per side but they popped off without any hassle. Getting the panels off is pretty simple, I pulled mine when I wired up my Weisers, dashcam, aux light, etc to keep everything tucked neatly away. The two that gave me pause were just tight, more than I'd like for a plastic part. So I gently bent the receiver part to loosen the fit just a hair. Now they are still secure, but I'm not worried about breaking any tabs off when they are removed.
does a very good job of showing the majority of the service that an end user would be comfortable with. At 13:37
you can see him pop off the fair like I was talking about. I almost wish there were english subtitles, but I've found that there really isn't anything I didn't understand thanks to the video, part numbers and torque specs provided. The only thing that was left out was removing the grey fairings, there are 3 fasteners under the beak to finish removing these. Best to also remove the air deflector on the bottom triple clamp.