The text of the 2005 New Cambridge Paragraph Bible edited by David Norton may now be available in a paperback edition called the Penguin Classics Bible edited by David Norton and just printed [ISBN 0141441518]. It is listed on the web at amazon I don't have a copy of this new paperback edition, but I do have the 2005 New Cambridge Paragraph Bible. This new 2005 Cambridge edition goes back to many of the renderings of the 1611 edition while it updates the spelling and punctuation. In the "Editor's Introduction" to the 2005 NEW CAMBRIDGE PARAGRAPH BIBLE, David Norton claimed that "the King James Bible or Authorised Version of 1611 has never been perfectly printed" (p. vii). Norton wrote: "What we now read as the King James Bible contains numerous deliberate and some accidental changes to the text, and these can be revised to make it more faithful to the King James translators' own decisions as to how it should read" (p. vii). David Norton maintained that the present KJV text "is not the translators' text but has had many readings changed according to the judgements of editors who had made it into a revised version: not a heavily revised version, but still a revised version" (p. viii).