Yesterday I drilled an "ezset" deadbolt lock, and took several pictures. I will post them below so those who are unfamiliar with the technique can get an idea as to how it works.
As you can see, I drilled directly at the sheer line above the keyway. This eliminates the pins allowing the plug to turn freely. However, some top pins may still get in the way, but they can be pushed up with a thin wire.
Here you can see the path that was drilled, effectively eliminating the pins.
The lock is drilled at the sheer line, allowing it to be replaced without getting a new lock.
Below are just some more pictures at different angles, etc.