It is interesting that Mr. LaSor chose the book of Acts. Thanks for the note about how you found that book to be. You had a good thorough course of introduction to Greek via LaSor, didn't you?
I briefly looked at it(LaSor) years ago at seminary, it struck me how that he must have been a Bible translator. I don't know whether he was, I just got that notion. I didn't take much time at all to look at it.
I was going to use Clyde Pharr's book on Homeric Greek to review Greek, and I still want to use that. However, since my first love is the Scriptures, I am thinking to review using Powers, or perhaps Eric Jay's book, and then after review, do as Mr. Powers recommends, use his book with either Mark or John, and also refer to "Biblical Greek" by Maximilian Zerwick. I was sure that Powers had passages in Zerwick's book that he referred you to as he went through the lessons in the intermediate course in his "Learn to read the Greek New Testament", but I wrote to him and asked, and he said he didn't. So somehow I got that idea.