This is a very old thread, but I thought I would chime in anyway.
My copy of Monro's Homeric Grammar is indeed the Bristol Classical Press printing. Some of the pages have type that appears a bit faded, but at no point does it threaten to be unreadable.
If you can read French, Pierre Chantraine's Grammaire Homérique is lovely as well. I have the first volume that focuses on phonetics and morphology. I understand it has been reprinted or will be soon. (I have a somewhat weathered copy of a 1948 printing.)
Smyth's grammar is comprehensive---anyone studying any period of Greek should have it.
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