Setup is a rite of passage. Appeal to his manliness and buy him a skipper's hat. Tell him you are Mary Anne and he is the Skipper.
I haven't seen many pics or video of its use.
Here's a page of the instructions. Click for big size:
Basically, there is an adapter that straps to the base of the mast that a gin pole fits into. The gin pole is perpendicular to the mast. The forestay hooks to the top of the gin pole. A winch (yes, one that locks both cranking up and cranking down) pulls on the pole (forestay attached) until the mast is up and then you hook up the regular bridles.
Also, a sail slug is inserted into the mast track (see the pic). The halyard pulls the slug almost to the top of the mast. At the other end of the slug are two long ropes that connect to fittings on the outside of the hulls that are bolted to the front crossbar. These ropes go through the fittings and then on to the top of the gin pole. All this to keep the mast from swaying side-to-side as you raise the mast.
Then you take it all off, be thankful for back-saving devices.
You'll have to noodle out the instructions some. Plus get a winch. One where you can stop and lock cranking up and, importantly, cranking down. Like this.