Logos recently announced an update to the Liddell Scott Greek-English Lexicon. (This dictionary normally goes by the abbreviation LSJ, the J standing for Henry Stuart Jones, who revised the original work of Liddell and Scott.) This update is designed to accompany the publication of the Perseus Collection by Logos, and as you can imagine when possible the references in LSJ will now be linked to the Greek texts in Perseus. This is a great step forward in usability of the LSJ lexicon. Even though it is pricey (Logos sells it for $135) LSJ is an almost indispensable tool for exegesis in the New Testament. Add to this the links with the Perseus texts and this is a real winner. It will bring classic Greek texts right to the desktop and make them much more accessible for word studies and lexical work. HIghly recommended.