Mi nombre es Brad. : )
I sit-around with a relative who has Alzheimer's, look for work, and do some odd jobs when available, but due to that family member, have a lot of free un-free time (not necessarily anything to do, but not able to do just anything): so I've been reading, writing, and working on language interests.
Upon advice at bGreek I've taken-up Pharr's book, though it's slow going with other responsibilities/interruptions/distractions/activities underway. I am working also on Wheelock's Latin too, which I have found quite useful to get some structure and grasp on a case-based language, vs. Pharr's "read these thousand rules and then start to read some text" approach (listing all the endings with words to attach them too, really!!!?), and am particularly thankful for the thread which strings together every post on Pharr's Greek.
I don't know how helpful I can be to this community at my current skill levels--I can say, after a given period extensive straining and researching on my own, that upon drive-byes I am likely to ask too many questions!
Hopefully questions of interest to others (current or future at the time), that they just haven't thought to ask. And here's hoping to a Pharr group starting-up someday, here or at maybe even at Quasillum. ; )
And now aideu.
 I don't really speak Spanish (well) anymore, but I used to: hope to get back to it too! Every time I study Greek or Latin, Spanish begins to assert itself aggressively--jealous of rivals, I guess.
 That said, I think I know how to fix the spionic issue, if any will let me: I have downloaded all the files linked to on the chapter-by-chapter Pharr thread and converted the underlying mark-up to work with a computer that has spionic installed: what I am not sure of is this, that one can just simply re-supply those files and drop them into a dynamic forum system: what is necessary is to find every document with spionic in it, and convert [face=spionic] to <font face=spionic> and [/font] to </font>, which I did on my computer quite simply using Notepad++, though only for that one set of links. (Not this whole site!)