Thank you everyone,
I found a great guide here:
I would have preferred to replace them with Champion plugs that have a solid Iridium core, but all I could get were the OEM Denso plugs that have a copper core and are actually twice the price, but I didn’t care much about that.
The most difficult part of this turned out to be disconnecting the plug wires from the boots which endedup taking hours. Apparently after pulling the little, grey slide lock back you have to awkwardly press down on the tiny black piece in the middle while trying to pull the plug off which turned to take a tremendous feat of strength and dexterity to pinch down with finger tips as hard possible and pull back without breaking anything.
After a few hours of pinching, pulling, take a break and come back I finally heard the satisfying click from each plug and almost brought tears to my eyes when the last one came off.
The man who made the guide above shows the condition of the plugs at 45k and mine is at 58k and plugs all look a lot more crispy around the ceramic and electrode tips than his did, so these little turbo engines must be a lot harder on these than non-turbos as some has suggested.
On a side note I had a p0420 code show up a couple weeks ago also that I cleared and hasn’t returned, but I’m hoping this new set of plugs will put that to rest also.
Before tons of people start posting here about catalytic convertors and O2 sensors I know about those and how to check them and will be keeping an eye on things :-).