Thanks for the tips. I've used both Palatino and Galatia SIL before and like them. I especially like the one that ships with logos (BibliaLS) but its practically unusable if you want to share since so few people have it and there are copyright restrictions or something.
Titus Cyberbit is interesting, but not my kind of font. I have a New Testament with something similar to it and everytime I see those kappas my brain trys to figure out if its a chi or an aleph (hebrew-talk about a meltdown). I like the gentium font, but I don't think I could get used to using it (I like something with a bit more pronounced seriff).
I'm not the fount of font foolishness I first thought
. I just had the wrong version (5.0) of keyman and the wrong keyboard-"polytonic" instead of "classical greek" That's why I couldn't get the iota subscript and several others (I was starting to wornder if a vertical bar in Korea was the same as here
I read a page that suggests the digamma is available by pressing alt-v with this keyboard (classical greek). I couldn't get it to work, but I'm not sure that I have it in these fonts.
I also read somewhere that Times new Roman supported polytonic greek in unicode, but I didn't get that to work either.