I have been going through some of Philip W.Comfort's book on textual variants. Here are a few from the book of Philippians. 2:9 WH NU : the name above every name var/TR : a name above every name "The four earliest manuscripts,as well as C 33 1739,support the wording in WH NU." Those witnesses have the definite article. (p.608) 2:30b WH NU : having risked his life var/TR : having no regard for his life The translated word "risked" has superior manuscript support. (p.610) 3:16 WH NU : let us adhere to the same var/TR : let us adhere to the same rule,to think the same thing "The manuscript evidence overwhelmingly supports the WH NU reading..." (p.614) A portion of the NET note says it is evident that the longer reading is of a secondary nature and that "the shortest text has excellent and early support." 4:13 WH NU : the one empowering me var/TR : the one empowering me,Christ The variant is clearly a scribal addition..." (p.616) A bit of the NET note says "this kind of reading is patently secondary. It goes on to say that "the shorter reading is much harder,for it leaves the agent unspecified."