So I'm very much a learn-how-to-do-it myself kind of guy. I love learning how to do new things especially if I can save some money in the process. Now I know that watchmakers and watchsmiths have years and years of experience that can't be taught in a few days or weeks, and I know that I would not be able to replicate their level of expertise. That being said, I'd like to learn to do some small watch servicing and repair. Case-in-point: I've got an Oris TT1 Ti Diver that I paid $570 for, lightly used. Oris wants $300+ for servicing, and my local guy wants $265. Now this may be a reasonable price, but paying 2/3 of what I paid for the watch, just to have it serviced seems unwise. However, if I can do it myself for much less, and in the process learn something about watches, I'm all about it. So, I'm looking for some online materials or resources that will show me how to re-oil, replace gaskets, and clean the movement of automatic watches. Any help would be appreciated. Specifically, the ETA 2824. Thanks!