We are talking about going after truth at a different level. It is still truth, and it is still based on the Word.Why bother? There are endless reference works, for example: The Baylor Handbooks. The late Anthony Thiselton's Commentary on 1 Cor. He published an unreadable reference work on Hermeneutics.
I admire people who do all the eductional steps needed to learn tools, but you find that those who do that, get even further apart from each other doctrinally. Not always but often. If those with the deepest educational doctrinal and exegetical backgrounds are at odds, it does tell us that education alone id not going to guarantee perfect doctrine.