From 1611 until this day, there have been many many editions of the KJV printed, and the fact is that they are not all every word the same. In our day, there are at least seven or more varying KJV editions in print. I have a reprint of the 1611 edition, a copy of three KJV editions printed in the late 1700's, a copy of a reprint of the first American 1782 KJV edition, a copy of many KJV editions printed in the 1800's, and a copy of several present-day KJV editions. What is the accepted standard and authority for evaluating KJV editions to determine which is the correct or perfect edition, to determine whether an edition has intentional alterations introduced by an editor or unintentional alterations introduced by printers, etc.? What is the standard and authority for saying that a later change was the justified correction of an earlier printing error or was instead the introduction of a new error whether made by a printer or editor? Should all KJV editions from 1611 until today without any exclusions be accepted as the final authority? Does the final authority change from year to year depending on which edition of the KJV is used? I can give some example differences or should the standard or authority for evaluating the varying KJV editions be agreed upon first?