Taking it apart is easy, as long as you dont pull them out of shape.
Now the process of puting these back on needs to be done in steps.
To start with, you need to put the lines on - prefrebly rear one first.
Then , with the front wings OFF the car, put in the rubber strip, starting from front to back, making sure that the plastic clip will clip on the front wing once you installed it.
Then, in goes the rear window frame - its a good idea to use masking tape so you dont accidently scratch the paint. Frame should go in rear end first, then up then in, then down. The glass must be in the bucket before the frame or with it if you can toggle it in.
Before tightening the rear window and frame in place, punch in the inner rubber seal.
Last but not least, the trim that goes alongside the bottom ends of the windows.
The rear one is especially tricky, as you need to make sure it goes in as far back as possible, otherwise the front end will scratch the window frame you just put in.
I use a plastic hammer, wrapped up in rags to prevent from damaging or scratching, and then gently and patiently tap it in place.
Thats your lot