Ok, so here's the resources post, keeping in mind that I'm mostly after Classical/Biblical Hebrew and only secondarily anything else and that my resources are really strongly oriented to learning for the sake of a faith tradition:
As I noted, I have a copy of Ernst Jenni, Lehrbuch der Hebräischen Sprache
becuase we used this in the course at the LMU. If someone gets it, get the broschure Paradigmentabelle as well, I remember it was super helpful. I'm also using the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, and a Gesenius Lexikon (Hebrew-German). I've got a copy of Davidson's introductory Hebrew Grammar, but I don't know if I'll use it. I've got a couple of electronic copies of the Brown-Driver-Briggs lexicon, which can also be found free online in a software suite called "e-Sword." Additionally, I've got a copy of V&R's Vokabeltrainer program, which was passed around at the Uni on a USB stick and they probably sell, but I've never looked.
You can find an even older grammar, that of Gesenius, in German here https://archive.org/details/hebrischegramm00gese
and in English here http://tmcdaniel.palmerseminary.edu/GeseniusGrammar.pdf
An interlinear text can be found here http://www.scripture4all.org/
The Hebrew of the Bible can be found in audio, read by a Jerusalem-born priest, here http://www.aoal.org/hebrew_audiobible.htm
; the website hosting that also has some free content for learners.
For the modern stuff, I'll use Duolingo (anyone know if that's any good?) and the copy of Pimsleur level 1 I've found on an external drive that someone must have given me ages ago. Beyond that, I don't know what I'll do, but it should hold for a while until I figure it out.
Edit: the interlinear text has English, German, and Dutch versions.
Additional free stuff can be found here http://www.ancient-hebrew.org/bookstore/m/free.html