Wow. Are you seriously willing to rip apart the door panels just to replace a chrome door handle? Kudos to you if you feel you can tackle that! I've heard horror stories about people carefully removing door panels to replace/service window motor regulators and such and how the interior door panels never go back on correctly ever again.
Perhaps try a Haynes manual, or even better- the factory service manual if you can find one.
I've got a 2000 Limited as well, and I think the handle would have to physically be broken in order to get me to attempt that. And at that, it would have to be the driver's side sliding door. If the passenger side one broke, I probably wouldn't fix it as I generally NEVER use that door.
2000 Chrysler 300M [Daily Driver] 158,000 miles as of Nov. 2014
1996 Chrysler Town & Country LX [Always and forever the favorite.]
2000 Chrysler Town & Country Limited [Gone, but not forgotten.]