Ok, as of yesterday I hadn't given much attention to the "Greek Grammatical Constructions" tool, but I think this has the potential to be one of the better features of Logos Now. Here's the video:
This will be very useful for those who teach Greek. I could see it being helpful in the classroom. Also, for those who are doing the types of studies such as Douglas Estes' The Questions of John in Jesus or Questions and Rhetoric in the Greek New Testament (which, by the way, Logos would do well to add to their available products) this tool could save a lot of time.