I’ll also recommend the Tae Kim path.
Tae Kim’s grammar guide is made to build on top of one another. You start with the fundamentals of it and you build on top.
Genki just starts you with Keigo right away and introduces grammar according to the sentences they want to teach you. From what I’ve seen of Minna no Nihongo’s path, it has even less proper order than even Genki.
What I did personally is just select all grammar I’ve already gone through when I just joined Bunpro, and then I privileged Tae Kim’s grammar guide.
I let the textbooks take a backseat mostly, but when I get to a new chapter I just check the same lessons on Bunpro, but as a general rule, Tae Kim will get you farther faster, and it has more of a logic to it that in the long run will make learning the entirety of grammar for you much easier.