With the assistance of the information in this thread, I went ahead and changed the clutch fluid this past weekend.
Mine is a 2013BB with 60k miles, mostly commuter miles which ended about 5 years ago. Only put on a couple thousand miles/year last 5 years, and it has been in service for 8y 8 months. All street, no track, and I don't have Sport Plus, so no Launch Control/hard launches. PDK scheduled for both oil changes at 120k/12y. I was going to do both oils, but settled on doing just the clutch (no pan/filter) now, so I could focus on just it. Will do the gearbox in a couple months when I do year end service of engine oil, filter, brake bleed, etc.
This (clutch oil change process) really is no big deal. I put the car up on Quick Jacks, pulled the fill plug to see how high the level was (it started flowing out). reinserted it, then drained the clutch fluid. Fluid color was darker than the new fluid, but not terrible. I did one thing different than the posted instructions; When the fluid stopped dripping, I left the drain plug out, and pumped about half a liter into the fill to let it flush out more of the old oil that did not drain from the bottom of the pan. Reinstalled the drain plug, and filled with about 2.5L until oil flowed out the fill hole. Started the car and added about another .5L. When the oil cooler pipe was warm to touch, it then took maybe a few more ounces to flow strongly out the fill hole again (about 1 pump). I quickly reinstalled the plug, and that was it. It all went as expected.
I would only add that it was a bit messy, even with all the right tools, as oil tends to splash and drip. Otherwise, no issues. I recently purchased a Foxwell 530, which states that it will run the PDK calibration. I intended to do that after the test ride, but the process failed to start. That will have to be addressed with the manu., and is for another post.
Clutch take up is a bit better from stand still. Shifts under power were beginning to lose their sharpness before the oil change. they are better now.
I want to say thanks to jjrichar's for detailing your experience in this thread. Although I am an experienced DIY'er who started out as an auto tech many years ago, I was as spooked as many regarding the mysteries of the PDK. Your posting here in detail was integral in relieving my anxiety that this was something only a Porsche tech with PIWIS could perform. So again, Thank you!
I may or may not flush again in the future to remove more of the old oil, but will change the gear box oil soon. At 10 to 12 year mark I will drop the pan and replace it along with all the oil. We'll see what the future brings...