Successful small-angle x-ray scattering (SAXS) experiment requires appropriate data reduction and analysis tools. Igor Pro based packages Nika (for SAXS data reduction) and Irena (for SAXS data analysis) were developed during the last 10 years at the APS. They are already being used widely for material science, physics, and chemistry SAXS at the APS and at other facilities worldwide. These tools are commonly taught during “Beyond Rg” – SAXS short course organized semi-annually by APS SAXS SIG (next one scheduled for March 2012). However, the main audience of the SAXS short course is new SAXS users, starting with their own SAXS program and therefore it focuses more heavily on experiments, theory etc. The time devoted in this course for software is insufficient for experienced experimenters interested in complex software applications.