That's how I read (sing) my Homer. The first vowel (or diphtong/synizesis) of every foot is colored: red for dactyls and blue for spondees. Heavy breathings are marked by a preceding apostrophe. Acute and circumflex accents are underlined, with a colon after the circumflexes. The underlines serve as a mini pitch chart (they mark the possible high notes in the verse). I've put commas where I think that the caesuras fall. Diaeresis aren't needed with this notation, if you see a red vowel followed by an 'a' and an 'i', for example, the red vowel tells you that what follows are two short syllables, not a diphtong.
Please point out any mistakes.