okay, Ive bought the SS brake lines, and ordered a set of hawk pads, in the interest of trying to take some of the mushiness out of the system (2010 4x4 V6 tacoma).
I came across a post online referring to special electronic tools needed to bleed some brakes, Tundras specifically:
"The modulator can contain 8 - 10 Anti-lock or traction control valves, aswell as other dead end ports and check valves. Some cars have special bleed screws built into the system which make this whole process a lot easier, allowing the air out of all the trapped areas. Others do not have bleed screws and needs a scan tool, which can cycle through the valve system whilst you bleed the mechanism, allowing all of the air to escape"
Damn. Is this going to complicate things?