Yep! I bought a kit from Steve that included his instructional DVD. It was pretty easy to follow along. He made things real simple. It made a big improvement. I could take it back apart and make it nicer I'm sure. I figured the first time I wouldn't get too carried away. Steve pretty much says in his video that if you slick em up to where they are super smooth, they are closer to breaking down. He makes a comparison to a race car. Anyhow, it didn't cost much, it was fun and it definitely made a difference. Everything cycles smoother, the loading gate isn't as stiff and it holds more rounds in the mag tube.
The only thing I learned to be careful with is the screws in the barrel bands. The factory flathead screws had slots that were cut crooked and the notches were so deep that the heads actually broke in half upon removal.