A few months ago I saw an advertisement for the fourth edition of Bill Mounce’s Basics of Biblical Greek. I had learned Greek during seminary on the third edition of Mounce (with the “Professor” clippy thing and other foibles), and it is the edition from which I have taught for a few years at RTS-Orlando. With syllabi due for my summer courses, I knew I had to develop a perspective on the new edition as quickly as possible in order to decide whether to upgrade (and assign it to my incoming class).
Hence, I acquired a copy (two, in fact) and proceeded to analyze it as thoroughly as possible to make an educated decision. The results of that study turned into a lengthy review and “guide” for other instructors to help them get started making their own decision about whether to adopt the book. It’s just now been published in Reformed Faith and Practice (Vol 4, Issue 1). The web version is fine but harder to read than the PDF, which is available here.
Long story short: it is a solid upgrade over the third edition, though there are several areas where I expected more improvements (esp. on tense and aspect). However, I am adopting it for summer Greek I.