It's cool, I'll take care of it...I think the forum software will automatically send a message to you with a link...it'll say it's from me.
The kit you'll most likely want to look at is the Bilstein 5100 snap ring kit. You can use spring compressors in the garage, or just have someone else mount the coils, and they bolt right up.
Don't bother with spacers. The type that mount above the coilover will eventually damage the upper ball joint, and the kind that mount inside the assembly will lift the truck without also increasing the wheel travel. The 5100 kit requires a spring compressor, but it's a slightly longer shock, so it'll be more comfortable and perform better in the rough, but it's not so long as to damage the truck.
The 5100 kit runs around 200$ for the front.
There are other, more expensive kits, starting around 600$ I think for the adjustable kit from ToyTec...I took a look at it the other day and it appears to use a replaceable 5100 rather than the non-replaceable setup they used to offer. It comes with a set of straight wound, linear rate Eibach coils...very nice if you need a higher spring rate in the front of your truck.
From there, several manufacturers (Camburg, Icon, SAW, King, Bilstein, Fox, All-Pro, etc.) offer rebuildable coilovers with greater oil volume and higher nitrogen pressure.
It all depends on how much money you want to spend, and how much time & effort you're comfortable with in the garage.