Thanks for such a thorough reply and the knowledge!
Other than a 1957 Dollar Pocket Watch yes this is my first repair. (which didn't run at all and now does and keeps really good time) and it just needed a cleaning.
I strictly bought this piece to disassemble and reassemble and clean and lubricate. It's just smaller than I was thinking (its a 14 but really a 12) and I can only do so much with what I have. I ordered new screwdrivers to help but the post office lost my order again. So I have to reorder.
While on the subject of oil what would be good to use as a general oil while learning. I understand all these different lubricants and their uses to a point but from what I've been able to see online most recommend Moebius 9104, 9010, D5 and then a 9415 for just the pallet jewels. That $150 roughly. Can't justify that at this point. Would just a general purpose watch oil like the moebius 8000 be ok? Or even just one of the other 4? Again while I'm trying to learn.
In my mind if I can actually do this, which in my mind is debatable, I can always do a perfect job later when my skills are better.
I do have magnification and need to get better I'm sure. I for sure need to get better lighting. my thought on the digital microscope was simply if I could get decent pics online I could ask experienced people and they could tell me whats up and what I'm looking at and thus learn. (Theres a post in this section where the guy did just this and guys could see what he was talking about and offer advice).
Right now my goal is to get this apart clean it lube and get it to run as good as it can. I'm not sure I could do a new staff but we'll see how it goes.