for removing the old crank; remove one arm on the fsa (assuming the FSA has got the bb30 shaft molded/pressed onto one arm) use an air-can upside down, and spray this in the spindle. It cools down the spindle to a very low temp, a small blow with a rubber hammer should move the spindle and you should be able to pull it right out. pulling in a straight line is a must, the bearings can lock-up and damage the bearing-faces
For installing the SiSL, cool down the spindle and heat up the bearings with a hair-dryer. This works miracles and makes installing it very simple. Tolerances are quite tight on the spindle/bearings. (for installing, the last thing you really want to do is use a hammer to force it in place, especially with ceramic bearings. I'm currently working on a tool to pull the spindle in and out.
Best tool i've came across to remove/install bearings in the bottom bracket is from enduro.http://www.enduroforkseals.com/id195.html
Not a big fan of the parktools removal tool, you shouldn't use a hammer to remove bearings.
The KT013 is a must have for taking off the arms, if you also want to change the spider, the KT012 tool is required.
Use grease on the spindle, it makes installing a tad easier and should prevent the bearings contact-area from rust with a creaking result.