I'm considering these texts. I really want to read (not translate where possible) Homer, and I'd like to be able to read the New Testament as well. I've limited myself to books that have an available answer key.
1. Beetham's Beginning Greek with Homer (own this, have done a bit of it)
2. A Reading Course in Homeric Greek (own revised 1st bk and original 2nd bk)
3. JACT Reading Greek (is the older edition okay?)
5. Pharr's Homeric Greek (with the archived greekgeek answer key)
I'm currently working on Latin (off & on for years), I've done a fair amount of Lingua Latina, and am currently solidifying my grammar with Henle Latin. I really like the combination of LL's graded reading with the pensum & hints all in Latin plus Henle's limited vocabulary and gradual grammar practice.