First i'd like to say that it wasn't my intention to write 2 posts and come off as spam, but in both cases there aren't specific off the shelf solutions that cater to their needs. This particular StackExchange site isn't quite like others where i could simply dump a programming code example into my answer to sufficiently help someone out.
I do agree that a lot of people here are versed in HTML/CSS and Expression Engine itself, but that hardly makes them developers, or have the ability to accomplish more complicated tasks themselves without properly knowing how to write and manage an Expression Engine module.
The thing that i struggle with is that if i am not allowed offer a service to someone, then i instead must direct them to finance other developers, even when those other developers may not have the best solution available.
I'll certainly take the communities advice on whether offering services should be allowed. I respect everyone's opinion here and my only intention is to contribute in the best way possible. That being said though, its hard to see people struggling with problems when i can offer a solution, even if i haven't already developed that solution. I'd hate to have to answer a question saying "There isn't an easy, way to accomplish that task, there aren't any plugins that i know of that will provide a solution, you'll prob need someone to custom develop that", and then leave out the fact that i can help them accomplish that.
To put the matter to rest i've gone ahead and removed/edited my offending comments. Its clear that if i can't offer out of the box help, then i'd best not help at all. To me it's not worth any controversy. I appreciate the feedback.