I don't really have much trouble reading greek with fluidity at this point, as long as I know the vocabulary. Right now I have a vocabulary of about 3500 words. I would say about 95% of the time I can use context clues or prior knowledge to get through what I don't know, but I always stop and look the items up. I noticed that lists tend to mess me up, so I intend to go through book by book and learn those items. Paul especially seems to like terms with overlapping semantic domains, and I prefer to be able to discern some difference between them, especially when a translation would not bring it out. My biggest struggle is that I can only read what is there. I can see when other possibilities exist for a text, but I don't have any framework for defintively determining which readings are more likely, less likely, or almost impossible. So for now, I intend to ask questions, comment on other threads when I can, soak up information, and take numerous suggestions and corrections so that I can learn more. As always, thanks!
P.S. I had one semester of NT greek, but I am otherwise self-taught. I have gone through Mounce, David Black (both books on grammar and a few on other topics), Wallace, BDF, and Robertson. I am halfway through Smyth and hope to start looking at discourse analysis materials next. Of course, I am not claiming that I have mastered these materials.