I didn't take pictures, but it's not the most advanced thing in the world to take apart.
Lay it on it's back, and remove the front legs.
Remove the whole assembly that holds the gas regulator handle and the starter.
remove the copper piece from the front assembly.
I used a 1/16 inch drill bit since I have a 7" water table gas line (call your local company to ask), so I went from 15,000 btu to 14,100.
Drill out the oriface on the end.
The next part is the interesting one.
Once you remove the propane tank hose (this is extremely tightly bolted on).
You'll see that you have a 1/8 inch end.
You'll need from Lowes or anywhere else:
Included are the lowes part numbers where I have them...
1/8th female to 1/4th male (71486)
1/4th female to 3/8th male (75603)
3/8th female to 3/8th male 90 degree angle (83057 I think, can't quite read the bag).
This part is the confusing one that took me and 2 empll
3/8th FIP female to 3/8th Flare male
Then grab just the hose line from Charbroil's conversion kit (it's availble near their full kits)
make sure that you get the Quick Disconnect end on it, at the store I was at, they were missing like 4 of those, but had the rest of the hose.
From there it's as easy as hooking it up to your gas line at your house.
The only thing of note is that the starter won't quite fit 100% correctly, so you'll have to remove it, then reseat it after putting the whole assembly back on.