No, unfortunately, it won't, Kamikaze. The issue is that the plugs are directly behind the frame rails.
Since starting that thread at NABISCO, I've changed the plugs on my '05 turbo twice. The first time was noticeably frustrating, but the most recent time was not bad at all. Just not very fast.
The local Subaru dealer here wants a fortune to do the job, and claims you have to jack up the engine a couple inches, but you don't. I think there's a good thread on this forum; have you searched for it here? Anyway, what I think (or remember, at least!
) makes things the easiest is:
Remove washer fluid tank,
Remove airbox (the thing with the air filter in it),
Remove plastic belly pan. --> This is completely optional, but I think it makes things easier if you drop something. You won't be removing anything from the bottom, though, so don't remove it if you don't want to.
Now you just need the spark plug wrench (that's the 5/8" deep-well socket with the rubber grommet/washer-thingy inside it), a short extension, sockets for the coil packs and the stuff above that you're getting out of the way, and of course the ratchet handle. Getting the coil packs on and off is a bit of a challenge on a couple of them. The key is to rotate them into exactly the magic position so that they'll come out. REMEMBER WHAT POSITION THAT IS, so that you can get them back in as easily.
It's not actually all that terrible a job once you do it once, but it is fairly slow because of all the stuff that has to come off, and the tight quarters. Good luck!