Books on the Student Syllabus, among other things

Ok, questions:
 For the Shiva Sanhita, or The Hathayoga Pradipika  does the translator matter? I.e. is there a specific translation I must have?
 If I went the route of joining the ToT or the CoT, would I need all the books on the syllabus just as if I formally applied to the A.'.A.'. to be accepted as a Student? I should probably get the books anyway, but I'm just wondering.
 For the Tao Te Ching  I found a book with 6 different translations, including Crowley's. Is this acceptable? It's about a third of the price of the book that is only Crowley's translation.

Actually, I thought of another question too:
 The Goetia  I found a book titled, "The Goetia the Lesser Key of Solomon the King: Lemegeton, Book 1 Clavicula Salomonis Regis." Is this what is meant by "The Goetia or The Lemegeton of Solomon the King" on the Student Syllabus?

First question: Translator shouldn't matter.
Second, I can't answer.
Third, shouldn't matter. Crowley's is a really good translation but really, there are several that are good. If you get the one with a few different translations, then it could probably help give you even more insight into their meaning.
Four, is this what you're referring to? www.amazon.com/GoetiaLesserSolomonClaviculaSalomonis/dp/087728847X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1281135437&sr=81 if so, yes, that's the book.

@Ash said
"1. For the Shiva Sanhita, or The Hathayoga Pradipika  does the translator matter? I.e. is there a specific translation I must have?"
You mean for the Student curriculum? No, it isn't specified. It only matters on such practical things like whether the translation is any good
"2. If I went the route of joining the ToT or the CoT, would I need all the books on the syllabus just as if I formally applied to the A.'.A.'. to be accepted as a Student?"
No, not required.
"3. For the Tao Te Ching  I found a book with 6 different translations, including Crowley's. Is this acceptable? It's about a third of the price of the book that is only Crowley's translation."
That sounds interesting. Certainly it would qualify.  Technically the Student curriculum calls for the Legge translation, which I imagine is in the one you mentioned.

@Ash said
"4. The Goetia  I found a book titled, "The Goetia the Lesser Key of Solomon the King: Lemegeton, Book 1 Clavicula Salomonis Regis." Is this what is meant by "The Goetia or The Lemegeton of Solomon the King" on the Student Syllabus?"
Yes.