Not talking KJV1769 (the one corrected and commonly employed by "onlies" today). Am talking about 1611. On another thread I wrote: I was told this was WRONG. There were NO IMPERFECTIONS in the AV1611. Lest the "onlies" try to weasel by redefining perfect, let's stick with Webster: Perfect: 1. complete in all respects; without defect or omission; sound; flawless; hence 2. faultless; most excellent 3. completely correct or accurate; exact; precise 4. without reserve; pure Does the AV1611 meet the dictionary definition of "perfect"?