It was stated (Metzger. The Text of the New Testament Oxford, 1968) " . . the KJV men followed Beza's Greek against Stephanus' Greek in 113 places; Stephanus against Beza in 59 places; the Complutensian, Erasmus, and the Vulgate against both Stephanus and Beza in 80 places." This reveals clearly that the KJV men did not hold to the perfection of any single edition of the TR, but practiced their own form of textual criticism by translating a variety of readings even from the TR. When did the TR that we have today (like the 1976 Greek printed by the Trinitarian Bible Society) actually develop its present text/form? Or is it still evolving? Thanks.