Well there is not much to it
Buy a good tripod with your camera if you dont allready have.
Buy a system for quick leveling (grip or kaidan quicktilt leveler will do) if you dont have
Buy a panohead from Agnos, Kaidan, or the recomended Manfrotto
Make sure your lens nodal point is exactely on center of rotation in tripod
Level your camera both ways, make sure you turn exactely 120 degrees
Make sure you have same exposure on all 3 shots (I also would shoot 3 imges with full circle, 4 with drum images)
Take them to Panoweaver 3.1, or panoweaver 4.0.
Stich and see what you got.
Most importent start taking panos, since ....
Good panos come from experience, experience comes from bad panos.
Guess you took a look at this pages
There is a 138 page manual you find http://www.easypano.com/download/doc/pw400_manual.pdf here
If you have read throu this, you should be at least half way up the rope.
If you need help, ask specific question. Otherwise if you really are at then end of the rope, contact dave in Texas and fly over there and have him give you lessons (for pay of course). If you never been to Switzerland you can book courses with me as well :-) www.panoramas.ch/hochfelden is where you would be taking classes.
BTW. beeing at the end of the rope is not so bad, depending on what end you are on. Maybe you have nothing more to learn.
Bottom line is, that you need to specifiy more what your problem is.
PS you can contact me MSN Messenger firstname.lastname@example.org
Nikon D70s, Sigma 8 mm, 4 to 12 shots, Agnos MrotatorTShort, PTGui, PS CS3, and lots of other software :-)