The Modern Evangelical Version is a self-proclaimed "conservative" dynamic equivalent translation. This MEV New Testament (2013 Xlibris) will be easily confused with the recently released Modern English Version (also MEV!). The sole translator, Robert Thomas Helm, is a SDA pastor in my area of SW Ohio. He states that he based his work on the UBS 4th Edition. From the Introduction -- However, attention has also been given to variant readings in the Greek manuscripts, and the principles of textual criticism have been carefully employed in attempting to choose the original reading. In cases when the original reading is uncertain or when the chosen reading differs significantly from the reading in the so-called "Texus Receptus," variant readings have been listed in the endnotes. (p.9) An interesting feature of this NT is that there are "Study Guide" questions at the end of every book. Despite what seems to me to be somewhat a small typeface used for the main text, it is 802 pages in length (and there is no concordance or index)! I just picked this MEV up at a local used book store. I may make this NT my next read. Perhaps I'll post some things later as I go through it.