A lot of that answer depends on how much variety there is within this aspect of the hobby.
I'm several QSO's into this little departure from my CW norm and, the more I operate - and the more I research what others are doing - the more interesting it becomes.
The "what others are doing" info arrives from two sources. The first is via emails exchanged with those I work (they know I'm a newbie at this) that contain helpful advice, websites and equipment set-ups or additions to make the whole thing go more smoothly.
The second source of inspiration is via YouTube videos and personal websites. Here's an example:
Paul N8HM works AO-92 while it is in L/V mode - 1.2 GHz uplink, 2m downlink. In addition to Paul's operation with an L-band HT is what's going on in the background - a separate antenna (not being used at the moment) is tracking the satellite with an Az-El rotator from Portable Rotation, a company that makes such devices designed to operate from 12VDC:
Besides his very informative YouTube channel, John has a blog here. Once there, a list of more detailed how-to's can be found by clicking on the 3-bars graphic in the upper-righthand corner of the page.