As far as resources are concerned, i have been aware for some time of the series of publications called "The Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Reliefs and Paintings". The series has not been completely made available online (to the best of my knowledge) but is an absolute must for those who are serious about their research.
Authors: Bertha Porter & Rosalind Moss (also assisted by Ethel W. Burney and edited by Jaromir Malek ).
I have only one of the volumes, but will have to look at the other volumes at a later date for the wealth of information they provide.
The Griffiths Institute has a page on the 8 volumes and one example of a place to consider purchasing these volumes is Oxbow Books.
Further information on Porter, Moss, Griffith, Burnley and Malek and how they came to share in this wonderful project can be found in this excellent 5 page PDF from the Brown University, based at Rhode Island.