I don't know if you want tips, but:
I recommend aiming for the centre of a crater, if you can. Also, (coloured) landing lights makes it easier to see how close you are to the ground. The Mun (and especially Minmus) have low gravities, so you can hop around for relatively low amounts of fuel to find a better place to land.
And now for my own fail: I have a contract to get a satellite around the Mun. I put it in the right orbit, 0.0 degrees of relative inclination, apoapsis and periapsis within 1% of the target... but the contract doesn't close. I was orbiting in the wrong direction. Gaaaaah.
On the other hand, a success: forgot to put a heat shield on a manned trip to Minmus orbit. The cabin was one pixel away from exploding, but survived. 400+ science. *puts on sunglasses*