G i can tell ya a very simple way to do without any heartache at all. I've done a couple new A60's this way as well as maintain my current one.
As said get a MightyVac. Doesn't have to be the expensive one with the gauge and all, mine isn't. It comes with hoses and adapters. Go to Ace Hardware, Home Depot, etc and get a tapered rubber plug that will push about halfway into the master cylinder fill hole. Drill a hole straight through the middle of the plug. Make sure the hole is big enough to slip an adapter into it and the hole is open to the other end. Hook up your hose, add fluid to the master and pressurize the master with the mightyVac (A few pumps will do or you'll force it out of the master!). Have an assistant place a clear hose on the bleed valves and place the other end into a jar of fluid. Crack open the valves one at a time and all the air will purge. It will take a little while but it's quick, around ten minutes or less. Make sure to check the master fluid after every couple of pumps as it will drain quick. If you need a pic of the setup let me know and i'll take one.