Thanks guys for all your help. I did manage to securely lift the bike up to remove the wheel. However, the mechanic had an emergency to attend, and had to cancel our time working on my rotors. So, that being said. I needed to replace the fork seals anyway, as well as the rotors. Rather than me attempt to remove tires and rotors, I will let the repair shop handle all that crap. They have the proper equipment, and they are certified. So if most anything happens, its on them. I was planning on taking it there to replace blown fork seals anyway, it just makes sense since the wheel needs to be removed to do the seals. At this point, I am willing to pay the extra $$ to get it done the right way and faster than I could, not to mention the hassles. I am just done with working on the bike and I want to get started on RIDING the bike. However, I learned how to lift my bike if I needed to. I think with every experice you encounter, you gain some knowledge, if you dont learn anything, then you wasted your time...So once again thanks for all your help!