Stop being modest, you have no need to apologise for your facilities or your input to Scott engineering lore.
A great many of us look to you to set the benchmark for what an experienced engineer can achieve with the Scott. I can think of a certain other make, which shall remain nameless, with a huge owners club, that has still not come up with a solution for the crank snapping that their twins have suffered since they were made. Yet in this small club we have a solution for our, thanks to Roger.
You may have a modest workshop facility, but your solutions, read with interest, do betray a fair amount of engineering experience, and a willingness to do things that some members may not feel competent to do.
I believe that we should welcome and value all contributions and suggestions. Scott ownership, even more than other makes, is always a learning process!