Thanks for putting this together, ArrowDodger. I printed the entire PDF file with photos and used them as a visual aid to break down a new M60 DLX action.
For any other newbies (like me) that are hesitating to try this, I say go for it. One other tip that helped me immensely was laying out a piece of cardboard with rows pf double-stick tape on it. I looked at the photos to orient myself, and each piece went on the tape in the order removed. I'm kinda anal about stuff like that.
With the action now completely apart, I was able to lightly polish the hammer and sear, and am replacing the springs with a J&P spring kit. Those little e-clips were a challenge, at first, but the only real glitch I had was when taking apart the trigger mechanism to build up the new DIP trigger housing - there's a small safety plunger spring that caught me by surprise when it launched and bounced off my forehead.
Fortunately it landed on the table right in front of me.
Kudos, sir, to both you and your daughter. You have done well.