The Majority English Bible has not yet been the subject of a thread on the BB, to my knowledge. The publisher is iUniverse. No doubt, this recent translation (copyright 2013) will be often confused with the even newer TR-based Modern English Bible (also MEB). The Majority English Bible (which is actually just the NT) is produced by a non-profit organization that calls itself Common Bible, Inc. and claims to be committed to the verbal inspiration of the Scriptures as a "conviction". The name may also mislead some to expect that this translation is based upon the Majority Text, which it is not. The MEB states that it has "conflated" underlying sources (from the MEB's Preface, vii) -- The process consisted of extracting the majority word, grammatical construction, syntax, even paragraph division from twenty established English New Testament versions, ranging over a period of 200 years of Bible translation history. Major issues -- such the word best expressing the Greek, the grammatical form best converting the Greek into English, the Greek textual variance closest to the original intent -- are all settled objectively. Their translation philosophy is described as a blending of "literal, traditional, and modern" concepts. The layout is two column with every verse indented and preceded by the verse number (KJV-style).