I know what you are saying, but that is not going to happen, Reasons why:
1) too busy doing other stuff, rebuilding a Harley, Landrover, and Dexta tractor,
2) Would love to, but never did understand enough electronics theory while at school, Left in 87 to go to Uni to study agriculture and agric engineering, and amateur radio stuff. Finally left the education system when I was 26..or maybe a bit more. Worked in Ag for a few years, then in 2000 gave that up and did three more years in aviation studies and went flying for a living. Am f** ing sick of study for a living..really can't stand the thought of doing it all over agin in yet another subject for pleasure. I was happy enough at school building electronics projects/ etching PCB's etc but never got the theory...am too old to want to start now. I will help people with what I know, in whatever subject, and there are other people like me that are willing to do the same with their skills.
If I pick things up as I go, great, but full on study just to fix the odd thing, no way, especially when there are others out there like myself, willing to share their knowledge.
I can follow traces, see a blown resistor/FET/Cap etc, but if it is not physically damaged, that is where the problems start
Mongoose frame, Fox F100 forks,26x2.3 tyres
100V 20Ah LiPo
Lyen 18 FET 65 Amp,5304 in 26 inch Mavic rim
To illustrate the vain conceit that the universe must be somehow pre-ordained for us, because we are so well-suited to live in it, he mimed a wonderfully funny imitation of a puddle of water, fitting itself snugly into a depression in the ground, the depression uncannily being exactly the same shape as the puddle."
-- Richard Dawkins, in "Lament for Douglas" (14 May 2001)