There is absolutely no reason to pull the engine to do the clutch or RMS. Book time on an NA is about 12 hours, so expect that the first time around. I do them now on my lift now if just under 4 hours. You drop the transaxle out of the rear, shove the torque tube back, and then you have access to the clutch. Clutch kit (pressure plate, disc, throw out bearing, RMS, 9 flywheel bolts, 9 pressure plate bolts, clutch fork bearings, pilot bearing, and guide tube) will run you about $500-700 depending. If the clutch fork is worn, that will need to be replaced and is about $200. On a low mileage motor like yours, I would imagine it is ok though.
Motor mounts on an NA car are also easy. Again, no need to remove the engine, just put a support on it so you can lift it up a couple of inches. Motor mounts are typically about $120-150 for the set
For a shadetree mechanic, the garage shop manual at www.clarks-garage.com
will be a lifesaver. His clutch procedure will literally walk you through every nut and bolt of doing a clutch job, among many other items, such as motor mounts.