The process of swapping the radios was very simple:
1) Open the the door to the cubby hole at the bottom of the dash in front of the gear shift lever.
2) Using both hands, gently pull on the bottom of the dash bezel.
Gradually pull a little harder until you feel the bezel start to come free.
Then keep pulling untilt he bottom pulls away.
Once the bottom is pulled away work your fingers around the sides and gently keep pulling on both sides at the same time, working your way up the sides to the top.
When you get to the top you will need to focus your efforts on one side at a time and use both hands to pull the top part away from the dash.
Once the bezel is free lean it forward or push it to the side.
I didn't disconnect the climate controls because there was enough room to remove the radio.
A word of caution; At the bottom of the bezel and about 2" in from each side there are two small orange plastic trim clips.
These will fall off and if you aren't careful, fly across the cab!
You don't really need them if you lose them but I was able to find mine.
3) Using a 9/32" nut driver, remove the 4 screws that hold the radio in place and pull the radio straight out.
4) Unplug the 3 plugs and 2 antenna connectors on the back of the radio.
Make sure you depress the plug release tabs.
The plugs and connectors should pull off very easily.