All of the interior torx panel screws are T-15. The seatbelts use T-45 or T-50, I can't remember which, and you have to remove the belts to get the side panels off. Most of the small screws are 7mm, use a nutdriver for those. A small-blade flat screwdriver is good for getting the inside rocker trim screw covers off. Use a wide spatule for the speaker grills so that you don't crack the dash, assuming the dash is saveable. There are screws under the speaker grills that hold the dash on. The steering wheel uses a 7/8" for the big hub nut and you'll need a puller for it, $10 at AutoZone. The seats are held on with 13mm nuts, you'll need a wrench if the socket is too deep to fit under the seat.
To remove the console related stuff, start with the ash trays, under them are 7mm screws holding on the shift surround. Once that's removed, remove the screws holding the front of the center console on. Open the glove compartment to expose some more 7mm screws. Now remove the center console. The ECM has some value, particularly if it's a V6, use a 10mm wrench to loosen, but not remove, the four nuts and slide it out. Disconnect the wiring by depressing the locking tabs.
Next remove the radio face plate. You'll see some screws at the bottom that were under the shift surround, remove those. Look closely to determine which screws to remove to take off the radio surround. If it has the guage pod, the screws for it are behind the radio faceplate, the metal bracket comes out with the guage pod.
BTW, pulling the wheel makes it easier to pull the dash.
Door panels are held on with screws that also hold the armrests in place. Once removed, take off the window crank knobs (if so equipped) by taking a jumbo paperclip and bending a slight L at the very end, no more than 1/8", and sliding it between the crank and the plastic disk, in line with the handle, to hook and remove the metal spring clip. Once removed, take off the door latch handle by removing teh screw that's under the little "Fiero" emblem. The bottom and side edges of the door panel are held on with "Christmas trees", it's better to cut those rather than risk tearing a hole in the door where they attach. The top edge of the door panel hooks onto the door structure, lift up and out to unhook it.
If the plastic structure that holds the radio, center console, etc. is not cracked or broken at the screw holes, save it as it is fairly rare. There are clips that hold it to the carpet, pry the carpet out of the clips. Remove any further screws and take the support off.
That's all I can think of at the moment.