Good question? When a genealogical researcher charges you $50 per hour and solves a problem you cannot because she is in Oregon and you are in Nova Scotia a continent away from that court house or archive, its a good investment. But do we think the love of genealogy is sufficient pay for the man or woman who teaches you the finer points of genealogical research sources and methods? How much would you pay for ten one-hour classes ? What do you think? What factors impact on your decision?