Athenaze is the only text that I've ever taught from, and it certainly has plenty to recommend it. There are some good resources available for it, and I like the way it introduces some Greek history in the stories towards the end of the first book. The problem with (in my opinion) is that the stories at the beginning are dreadfully boring, and the exercises are essentially just reprises of the stories (the Oxford Latin Course has the same weakness, by the way).
Long ago, I learnt from the Wilding
course, which is old-fashioned but very comprehensive and not quite as dry as it appears. It would have hardly any supporting resources, though.