My method is fairly straightforward. I have never tried RV before, and I'm already getting some good results, so I reckon anyone could do well at this.
** SETUP (All free)
I downloaded a free evaluation copy of BWGen from http://www.bwgen.com
I downloaded Project Renaissance's instructions on Image Streaming from http://www.winwenger.com/imagestr.htm
I downloaded Prudence Calabrese's free lessons on the TDS variant of Coordinate Remote Viewing from http://www.firedocs.com/remoteviewing/misc/TDS-methods.pdf
I downloaded the manual for the SRV variant of Coordinate Remote Viewing from http://www.farsight.org/SRV/index.html
I signed up with the RV Target Gallery sites http://www.sciencehorizon.com/TKR/index2.cfm and http://www.rvtargets.com. So far, Ten Thousand Roads (TKR, the Science Horizon url) seems better.
I read everything twice.
Having read through TDS and SRV, I modified TDS slightly so that the individual ideogrammatic scans (it'll make sense if you read the stuff) followed the format recommended in SRV.
** DAILY SESSION
Morning: do twenty minutes of Image Streaming practice. This is really hard and still feels really silly. It's worth it though.
Afternoon: Log on to a gallery and follow the directions to obtain a target reference ID.
Read Farsight's SRV Affirmation quietly aloud to myself.
Write out a cover sheet.
Put on my headphones and start playing the BWGen "BUILTIN: Meditation (2 deep)" preset.
Relax for twelve minutes.
Do the session as per a full TDS protocol, with three ideogram scans, a matrix grid, and a final composite picture. (I'm taking about 45 mins at the moment).
Write END on the paper, turn off BWGen, and walk about for a minute or two to reground myself.
Log back on to the gallery I came from and check my target image.
... and that's all there is to it.