Bleeding these calipers was the easiest brake bleeding I've ever encountered! I got a couple of feet of clear rubber hose that would fit over the bleeder screw, and stuck one side into an old plastic water bottle to catch the bled fluid. After checking the master cylinder level and starting on the passenger side, I put a 10mm closed-end wrench on the bleeder screw and then the hose over it. Crack open the bleeder screw and you can see the air bubbles come up in the hose, when the bubbles stop close the bleeder screw. Check the master cylinder and repeat on the driver side. I did it one more time out of disbelief and to make sure, and didn't get any more air out. Pump the pedal 20-30 times and if you've got a hard pedal then you are good to go. If not, then there might still be air in the lines. If so, repeat the bleeding procedure.