Does your handle name refere to an aircraft (choppper?) of some sort?
As for TR engine removal it is quite straight forward, it just drops out the bottom of the car. If you have a shop manual the description is quite good for a Ferrari manual. But here are a few helpful hints:
1. You do not need to remove the engine bay bonnet, although it does help free up some working space. You do need to remove the little grill panel just behind the rear window though.
2. You do not need to disconnect the air conditioning compressor hoses, just unbolt the pump and tie-wire it up out of the way. It is hard to get to the bolts, but it's better than losing the charge in the system and refilling it later on.
3. When lowering the engine cradle down, watch around the tops of the shock towers for the studs to hang up...the studs are inclined and do not want to drop straight down through their holes. You may have to wiggle things around a bit. The other option is to unbolt the shocks at the bottom mount.
4. When you detach the throttle cable, run a small wire through it's pathway under the fuel distributors and stuff. This way you can pull the throttle cable back through after the engine is re-installed. This can be a pain but it's the only way I know how to do it.
That's about all I can think of at the moment. I did my service in my garage last fall, difficult to do by myself with no power tools. But it was also very very rewarding. BUT !!! The oil leak out the front main seal has returned after 4k miles....so I must pull the motor AGAIN !! Not too happy about it. While I'm at it I think I'll rebuild the water pump too. The well known phrase...."while your in there you might as well....." really applies to the front of TR motors. Do all you can up there. The rest of the motor can be worked on in the car, so no big deal. Please let me know if you have any questions. Good Luck!