I wish we had found these earlier. 5 outdoor, and 2 indoor set-ups later...
If you dont end up with something like those, be prepared for a long day and lots of wornout gloves.
Although, we found that using a blower when you "wave" the turf really helps to get some air underneath and make sliding it around a bit easier.
Without the 'kickers' you can still get a great seam, you just have to treat it more like traditional carpet. If you fold the ends over (almost like a paper airplane) you can then move the middle, then fold the ends back down.
We used a bobcat with a forklift attachment to get them off the truck, after that, just lots of raw muscle.