Cooler Master's universal mounting brackets are simple and intuitive to use, and is one of the easier coolers I've found to install myself. The backplate is secured on its own, then the cooler lowered onto it, and the cooler is small enough where my rather thick screwdriver easily accessed the screws to secure it down. Springs ensure firm pressure without being able to overdue it, and potentially cause damage to your motherboard as time goes by. Cooler Master has consistently designed some of the easier mounting methods, which becomes especially noticeable as a reviewer when we find ourselves frequently swapping coolers... we notice even slight improvements, and it can be the difference between a pleasantly uneventful experience, and a complete headache.
If you use high-profile RAM, clearance may become an issue, as our Patriot Viper Xtreme kits came flush up against the bottom of the fan chassis, but with careful coaxing, we were still able to nestle them underneath the fan.