If there's a Hunter dealer any where in your area, stop in there. They should have a boat they can use to show you what you need to know. It's fairly easy to drop the mast, once you know what parts to use and how to use them. I used to do my previous boat, a Hunter 26 (same system) by myself.
This is turning out to be a good idea so far. Apparently there is a guy volunteered by another guy who works at a local dealer that is "always willing to help a fellow sailor".
Also, customer service at Hunter believes the sales department may have a short video on this. I'll have to call on Monday.
I hope it works out. I'm so used to rude car dealers (unless you're buying a car).
I've never bought a boat myself and figured dealers would be more like car salesmen. I never thought they'd be willing to help.
Thanks for your suggestion!