I have it, but the first thing I had to do was go add principal parts to the verbs, and genders to the nouns ("is that a second declension [face=spionic]-oj[/face] or a neuter third declension [face=spionic]-oj[/face]?"). This is a negative.
You can very easily use Perseus to do a "give me the top occuring words in Homer," or just by books of Homer, and it will produce a vast list... which you'll still have to go hunt down the prinicpal parts to. It also does not order words by type (or didn't the last time I checked). Frankly, I don't need to know that the top occuring word is [face=spionic]de/[/face]; this word I know, and don't want to see it in my vocab lists ever again. For this the O&G is very good.
But these days I rely on Perseus' vocab tool, which can be made quite useful with a little tweaking, and the patience to wait for it to answer you.