If I implied that I just wanted some lazy hand-holding, then I must offer my apologies, that wasn't my intention. I was just figuring to save myself time, as prior experiences with tech communities have been to the effect of: "If I ask my question well and have at least a clue what I'm talking about, their help is wonderful, but even I'm trying to read manuals/guides/etc. that they've written, half of it is moonspeak and the other half suffers from a host of other problems making it difficult to use and apply at best." I have been reading through the various articles provided on the site, but so far they've all either been too introductory for me (excuse me, but I don't need you to prattle on about the difficulties of hex to me as if I'm five, it's a simple concept) or advanced enough to soar over my head. Maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places. Regardless, I know that my own learning-style is best suited to being shown how to do something and then applying that knowledge immediately. Now, I know that sounds like hand-holding, but it needn't even be so. What would probably work best is: "Here's what I need you to do, and when I need it done by." When I know exactly what I'm doing it's a helluva lot easier to find pertinent information on what I'm doing, and to actually figure out how to get it done. It also saves me from fiddling 'round aimlessly and possibly picking up bad habits that could screw me over in the long run. Hope I've clarified my intentions here, and if that's a problem I won't stick to my guns or anything. Just trying to handle the actual learning-phase as efficiently as possible.