Bit of a specialized interest here. This is for people who are learning kanji using Kanji LS Touch and who would like to follow the order in the excellent text, A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by Kenneth G. Henshall.
With the new functionality in Kanji LS Touch that allows you to import your own sets of kanji, this becomes possible. But it’s still a lot of work to get that many kanji in a row. I’ve now done this for you, dividing the book into sets of 34 characters (yes, this is the same set size that KingKanji uses; this is not a coincidence 😉 ). These files can be found at http://willowroot.ca/grjc/.
I hope this is useful to at least one other person!