We have the Timing Belt procedure in our How-To Archive.
And ouch about your pistons. When I had a T-Belt issue, it took out my intake valves. I had to get my head machined and retainers and valves put back in by a shop. I put the engine back together and it (**Knock on Wood**) has run great for the past year now.
nate4027, these are standard belts. And tend to wear in time. On average the SVT Timing Belt has a life-span of 85-100K. The Manual states you can change it around 120K, which some have, but alot of people start have bad timing belts around 85-90K.
So, you need to time it correct and put on a new belt.
If you do it wrong, and the SVT being an Interference engine, it can be catastrophic as slim02svt has just ran into.