You could buy Adler's textbook - it is much, much bigger than Traupmans, and also includes a complete Latin syntax and grammar. It has a much larger selection of examples of conversational latin, and unlike Traupman, it aims to be a complete Latin course, only teaching via conversational latin. If you include the key, there are almost 900 pages of small print.
Adler is around $20, and key is around $9, links to purchase are on the Latinum site, from public domain reprints. You can ask on here what people think of Adler - his book has only been available as a reprint for a few short months - after having been out of print for over 150 years.
You might find the recorded lessons on Latinum of some use:
If you have a visual memory, then the 3-d declension tables on Latinum's you tube site might be useful for you.
These now cover all the declensions, and some verbs forms are also in place.
I am currently making some movies for learning the consecutio temporum.
There is a Latin chatroom with option for voice chat etc linked from Schola - but due to the tiny number of people in the world who can speak Latin, this room is not well frequented. If you open the chat window and wait for a few hours, though, someone will usually pop in. Schola is here