This is probably covered already, and it's not a very entailed job by any means, but I figured since I had to do it, I'd document it for sharing purposes.
I had to get a new (soft) aluminum pan because I overtightened the (hard) steel drain bolt and caused a leak. Well, I replaced the pan with the crushed old gasket like an idiot, and have been riding with a slow drip. Finally found the gasket and replaced it today.
You'll need 5mm hex, Sockets (9mm deep, 10, 12, 17)
Drain the oil using 17mm socket.
Remove the lower fairings on each side with the 5mm hex key. (3 on each side)
Remove the exhaust. 4 12mm bolts holding the headers on:
Then your muffler hanger:
Is this common, or is this a misfire?
Remove the fairing mounting brackets with your 9mm socket.
You don't have to entirely remove the right side, just prop it on the peg.
There's 10x 10mm bolts securing the oil pan.
This was half of the oil that was remaining in the pan after a thorough drain. Makes me want to drop it every oil change to get rid of ALL the old oil.
I used a razor blade to remove gasket material. Be careful to avoid leaving material inside pan.
Line up gasket material on the oil pan and put everything back together in reverse.