Thats all I'll say.
Second week having it, one drunk, one dead mirror. I made a tutorial for a mate with a GTV:
Heres a copy/paste.
1. take off the small plastic around the inner door (triange shaped)
2. You need a good allen key set that lets you bend in the slot or you will need to take the whole panel off (allow extra 20mins) follow the links you found here (i did and was great)
3. Remove the 3 bolts and disconnect the motor wire (like the fittings on the speakers they flick open then pull out).
4. Next you slide the cable through the hole in the rubber and flip onto the other side, simply slide it all out. Job done.
5. Next you need to take the two bolts outa the bottom of the mirror.
6. Now depending on the break you can glue on with a metal resin or replace the mirror.
7. You can now take off the screws from the panel that you removed previous and the mirror becomes two.
8. Heres where I had trouble (get a decent screw driver and push the mirror each way to reveal the last four screws. They are tough so be nice with them. Then your mirror is now three.
9. You can now see the column that most likely has the break, I further took it appart by removing the mirror and motor (just push the thing upwards from the bolt holes and it pops out) this way I had a full view of the column.
10. Do a first fix with the glue and then clamp together.
11. Day two get a bit of coke can and cut it in strips and do the last fix inside the column and out with the resin again.
12. Day three, its solid as a rock. Be nice with the thing as its still needing a few days to really cure. I put mine on again as I missed it so much
Pat your self.
Hope that helps buddy.