It is fun. I have a homemade extractor, but the procedure is the same. An uncapping knife helps, but I've had good luck with a sharp serated knife as wll. I believe those plastic extractors require that the frames be spun out a bit, flipped, and the second side spun empty, and then flipped and the first side emptied the rest of the way. Otherwise, the heavy honey on the inside tends to bow the wax out when spinning, and can damage the foundation. I've found waxed paper to be your friend, and hot water. My kids take "smackerals" of the dripping honey. If you don't have a filter, the honey can have a few "parts" floating around. I bought a set of cheap plastic filters from Dadant and have been very happy with them. A gate valve on a plastic bucket works wonders for getting it into jars. We made labels on our inkjet printer and give it as gifts to friends, the kids teachers, neighbors, etc.