There are several posts in the forums about this. At the point you are at your probbably going to have the least effort if you take the body off. As small as a bubble is, iff you have the interrior romeve, weight wise it is easily managable by two people but four would be better for the extra eyes.
On the ends you can slide the plywood in from the ends up to the first side rib. THis is done by removeing the rub strip and any rivits up to the first rib. Putting some weight on the bumper or straping the bumer down so that you can slightly flex the frame just enough so you can slide the plywood in under the body work over the frame.
After the first side rib the U channel not only sits on the top of the plywood deck it raps under the plywood. To atempt to slide the plywood if from one end to the other would be quite difficult because of this. Might be possible because of the size of your coach but don't count on it being easy.
Its best, whenever possible to to install the full width of the coach. To have a seam in the middle creates a weak spot where the coach will flex and possible give you problems with the flooring over it.
It is highly recomended that you remove the old plywwod as intact as possible and use it as a templet.