Processing is almost as easy as B/W. Only hard part is keeping the initial developer temperature stable. WIth the new kits nowadays (I use the Agfa kit nowadays but others are available), you can adjust the temperature/time ratios to get nice negs if don't want to develop at 100F. Other temps will give different times for developer.
As for tips, well, just make sure you have the chemicals at the proper temp, though the only critical one is the colour solution. I use a large plastic wash basin with the temperature I want (for me, 100F), use a presoak (110F just because the tanks are cooler initially) to warm up the development tanks for about 5 minutes (I use Patterson), then go into the development sequence (developer, blix, wash, and stabilizer). Nerve racking the first time through but pretty easy after that. Good luck!