I was going to add the button comment as a comment for the part but realized there's no place to do that. Now I can't edit the comment so here is some more:
A note on the bezel: You will notice dents on the bezel after the operation. Not sure if it's just my lack of skills but I doubt one can manage to jam the opener between bezel and glass without producing dents in the bezel.
Also a few remarks on the spare parts. The home button that comes included with the fully assembled replacement screen is rather flimsy. It more or less fully lacks the usual click when you press it. Hopefully it will last a while. I only noticed after I reassembled everything but using the original button might be much better. Also the replacement adhesive seems much less strong.
Great Guide. Removing the display was less difficult than I thought after initially reading the guide. As others pointed out, DO tape the screen. This is even a good idea it's not yet cracked. Mine broke at one point and if it does, it's a mess. I had a screen protector on my display which caught all the little pieces.
Also while it might be possible to save the wifi antenna, i wasn't able to. I recommend buying the new wifi antenna together with the screen replacement right away to not get stuck waiting for parts should it break during screen removal.
Cool, just replaced the screen assembly because the screen stopped registering touches. Works perfectly now. Great parts, great manuals. Once again a repaired device.