What the heck. I'm very impressed that you've become such an expert in 3 days.
Your first post was asking a couple very basic questions now you were a tire guy at Sears and are going to coach the tires guys at the shop.
Not to be smart because maybe I'm not reading something right but which is it, do you want information about balancing and beading or are you capable of schooling people on proper balance technique?
I busted tires 35 years ago, I am a methods engineer, and I've learned in the last week several balance optimizing techniques for motorcycle wheels using gravity balance. As well, I do have beads in my tires with sufficient results now. I know what an ergonomic toll on the body digging ditches takes: I don't need to dig ditches 20 years to understand any better.
Mainly though, it's just to check if they are turning the tire 90 degrees in both directions for best placement, cleaning rim sufficiently, balancing weights properly, etc... (yea, I'll get charged more.) You are right though. THEY are the experts. But 1) I just making sure I understand what EXACTLY they are doing, and 2) it's always easy to make things better by tweaking processes (or optimizing.)
I will discuss every thing with my mechanic like always (I always do my due diligence or homework first to optimize his time = $$$). The results are a perfect motorcycle (that just keeps getting better somehow.)
Because he is an expert, he makes money from optimizing his time, and I am always pushing the boundaries for mechanical perfection that has many rewards for the owner. HE IS USUALLY right, but there are calculated compromises sometimes I adjust. He does not mind because he is an open-minded professional wrench. Good mechanics and engineers get along well most of the time.
And the reason I ask here is there is a wealth of experts in all areas. My bike is my only transportation and I split lanes: it can never be just good enough! ymmv