Since searching is "temporarily disabled", I'll ask what is probably a perennial question:
How would you rate the difficulty/time consumption of routine wheel truing on a five point scale, with 1 being easiest and 5 being hardest?
I'm gotten back into biking in the past couple of years. Back in the day I did most routine maintenance on my old 70's Raleigh road bike: tearing down and greasing hubs, replacing the chain, adjusting derailleurs etc., so I'm not afraid of wrenching in general. And I just whiled away a pleasant bit of time adjusting the Tiagra front derailleur on my current road bike. But I always had the impression that truing a wheel was a tricky, fussy business best left to a mechanic.
Not talking about a tacoed wheel, mind. Just routine wobble elimination. So, should I get that Park "Home Mechanic" truing jig and some spoke wrenches?