I don't disagree with you there about learning the information. However it was likely a one time event and I have alot more on my plate then to learn the math/process. I may go back and learn it as it is interesting but after my aircraft is built and flying. That being said it was a fast and easy decision to have 2 aero guys do it for me, one of the engineers was/is part of the design holder, and the other was a friend. I was lucky enough that it did't cost me any more then a couple of beers, of which i was going to drink regardless. LOLWith My method you don't need an Engineer to develop a Load Schedule, why pay someone else when you can easily do the same job yourself and gain some knowledge and and understanding along with the process.
Everything is easy when you know how.