It's never the install that's hard
It is getting the old one off. That was painful. Stripped the phillips head screw that held the thing on but fortunately the screw was also set to match a socket I had on hand and I used the wrench to get it started. Upside down. And backwards. In heels. Me and Ginger.
The new one went on with no problems and no leaks. It is nice:
A $90 kitchen improvement. And I'm recovered from all the twisting and shoulder wrenching. Should be good for a while.