I'll second that opinion, and take it a little further: if it says "Monroe", pass it up ... buy something else. Struts, shocks, brake pads ... it's all the same garbage, guaranteed to fail before its time.
I did the job in my own garage with KYBs, on the floor, since I don't have a hoist. IIRC, Alldata says the R&R job is an hour per side ... sounds reasonable to me if you have a hoist :-) Without a hoist or dedicated spring compressor, it took me 5 hours total for both sides.
I was not happy with the result. It turned out there's a TSB published for early SFs that specifies a new part design for the sway bar bushing. [b]That fixed my suspension complaints. 1.2 hours labor, parts insignificant ... I had the shop do it, since the fix requires that the cradle be dropped a few inches.