The front caliper doesn't engage right away and there's not much stopping power. I figure there air in the line and I want to bleed the air out. I've reviewed How-to writeups and videos but just to make sure I do it right, here's the steps I'm planning on performing: 1. Take the top off the reservoir and put a tarp or rag under it. Note that I already looked at this and there's a very shallow area holding the fluid and the the fluid quantity has barely risen to that level. Not sure how high the fluid level's supposed to be. 2. Have a buddy (or the old lady) squeeze the brake lever a few times then hold it against the handgrip. 3. Loosen the bleed bolt on the caliper so that water and air come out through the hose. 4. Tighten the bleed bolt. 5. Repeat 2-4 above until no more air comes out of the caliper. 6. Fill the reservoir to capacity with DOT5. 7. Tighten the reservoir back up. Sound right?