Indeed I am, but although I have never done this i have given it some thought.
It can be done without outside assistance, and will be much easier the second time!
hinges forwards which means it can be controlled by a rope
from the end of the boom. Sounds simple? Well,the boom may fold sideways so it needs guying to each side shroud
mounting plates so it can't, and you need a prop for the mast to sit in when it is lowered, and the rope
from the mast head
to boom tail needs to be in good condition, or replaced, and the pulleyed line from boom tail to traveller needs to be really long and the traveller needs to be pretty solid and I'd recommend at least three hale and hearty bodies.
Just looking side on the leverages are not particularly good, the weight of the mast has to be held by the line from boom tail to mast head
at an angle of about twenty degrees. That's five time the mast weight. And that has to be carefully released through the boom to traveller pulley system.
Getting it back up will be even harder.
Hope you'lget news from someone who has done it!