The best advice I can give is from a talk by Elder Oaks: ”Last year a church member sent me a suggestion that someone prepare a book containing all General Authority interpretations of all verses in the scriptures. I replied that I thought this was not a good idea…. What we are seeking to accomplish… is not to magnify the standing of the prophets but to elevate the spirituality of our rank and file members. Like Moses, we declare, ‘would God that all the Lord’s people were prophets, and that the Lord would put his spirit upon them!’ (Numbers 11:29). We encourage everyone to study the scriptures prayerfully and seek personal revelation to know the meaning for themselves.” (Elder Dallin H. Oaks, “Scripture Reading and Revelation”, BYU Studies Academy Meeting, January 29, 1993)

On Line/mobile Study

I have stated here before that I did not like the electronic scriptures...well...I have changed my mind. For my birthday/Christmas I got an iPad and have decided that it is becoming my main source for study.
The program I am in love with is the scriptures from LDS.org.
My main problem was the ability to note make notes or cross reference well.
They have changed that.
I love the fact that:
  •  I can not only make notes but add cross references and add topic lists
  • I can add notes and topics to Conference talks
  • As I make a change on my iPad set it goes to my phone and my laptop
  • I can bring up a topic list and select a topic and there are my markings.
My plan now is I am going page by page through my Church set of scriptures and marking the notes, topics and items into the LDS.org scriptures.

Here are some other helpful links I have found 
http://www.readthescriptures.com/ they will email you your daily reading and even have audio for it. You can sign in and read on line with the ability to write notes for each verse. They also have a iPhone app

http://standardworks.com/ has programs for your mobile devices including EReaders

http://lds.org/ is the official site for the Church and they have mobile apps and online sources as well