Hey, I was just thinking...... perhaps we are being unfair to our KJV-only brethren about grading them on a 1 to 5 KJV-only scale, and leaving out those of us who are MV-preferred (or, God forbid..... er, may it never be a person who holds to an MV-only position) without such a scale of 1 to 5. Any thoughs?? Here's what I think: #1 (MV-couldn't-care-less) This person uses any faithfully translated version regardless of age or text-type. Uses anything from Wycliffe to the ESV and in between. #2 (MV-mildly-preferred) This person uses primarily modern versions with the belief that the NA/UBS Greek text of the NT is generally superior to the TR/Received text, but uses versions based on the TR/Received text in their church. #3 (MV-preferred) This person primarily uses modern versions with the belief that the NA/UBS Greek text of the NT is superior to the TR/Received Text, and does not care much for using TR/Received text based English versions; generally speaking, the TR/Received text/MajT is inferior to the modern eclectic Greek text(s). #4 (MV-strongly-preferred) This person exclusively uses modern versions with the belief that the NA/UBS Greek text is superior to the TR/Received text, and will not use translations based on the TR/Received text because they are patently corrupted. #5 (MV-only) This person believes that God providentially preserved the Word of God into a modern version (or versions) through the modern eclectic Greek texts and does not place value upon the TR/Received text or their English translations. Only the modern version of choice is trustworthy and the perfect, inspired, inerrant, and infallible translation. Well, any suggestions? ** And, if you are MV-preferred, put yourself on this scale somewhere, or make your own definition. HAVE FUN!