It is very straight forward. I too do my VW, Benz, and BMW. My Denali XL is a cake walk. As stated above, I drive up onto ramps as it gives some comfortable working room. Put on rubber gloves. Drain the oil, drop the filter. MAKE SURE THE RUBBER GASKET CAME OFF WITH THE FILTER! Fill your new oil filter, (Wix or AC delco) skim gasket with oil, and install, hand tight then at least half a turn. I install a magnetic oil plug, tighten to correct torque spec ( I snug it good, but nothing crazy). I then brake clean the whole area into my drain pan. Move up top, put in a good dexos oil, I use Penzoil Platinum. My Denali called for 8.5 qts in owners manual, but I read here about a bulletin and it is now 8 qts as per GM. Your almost done. Reset oil monitor, note oil change in you owners manual. I then check tire pressure and top off windshield fluid. I keep a 5 gallon home depot bucket w/ a screw on lid for my used oil. When full recycle at any place that sells oil, or waste management for your area. Put ramps away, feel good that it was done right, no issues, and actually saved a few bucks in the process. Once a year check your air filter, and cabin filter, note in manual.
You would not believe the horror stories on the corvette forum with the Zo6 and the dry sump system. Even at the dealer! My oil change takes 10 minutes to a half hour depending on who's around! LOL I couldn't imagine being one of those stories, I service all of my cars. In warranty cars, I keep the receipt for oil and filter in my manual.