Thanks for the great laugh. I needed to take some seriousness out of the equation. I want to skip the repair shops this season and I need to lighten up and stop being scared to touch it...
And there it is. I think anyone that knows how to use a screwdriver and a socket wrench can do the vast majority of work on their bike. Many it seems have some fear of screwing up, but if you go slow and pay attention, bikes are pretty simple to work on. Even pros screw up now and then.
You really don't need pictures, you just need to study what you are taking apart and you can understand how it goes together. Even after 40 years of working on bikes, I still find it usefull to make simple drawings as I go along on how things fit together, where each bolt goes, labeling parts if needed , and sometimes even taking photos along the way.
So if I have to wait for parts, I'll not have to rely on a week old memory how something went together when the parts arrive.
I do want to warn those that do lack the knowledge not to get over their heads, and its ok to know when to let a qualified wrench do the work.... Because if you screw up something on your car, you'll likely just be stuck on the side of the road somewhere... But if you screw up something on your bike, it could be your own safety at risk.
Luckily for you , you found this forum, where any and all questions you might have can be answered......