I despise the doctrine of KJVO. I don't like what some refer to as KJVP. But I actually do think the King James is still the best we have. I don't think it has the best texts- but it has very good texts. I don't think it is the most accurate- but it is very accurate. I don't think it is the easiest read today- but it is highly readable. In fact, other than ONE FACTOR, I'm not sure that it is really better than many of the popular versions today in any other factor. For example, the NASB beats the King James by a slim margin in most factors. That ONE FACTOR would not be enough to make it superior to all the other versions in my mind if it did not score very well on nearly every factor. It is the language. The English language was at it's peak of eloquence and descriptive power in the age in which the King James was born. This very funny video about the telling of the story of The Three Little Pigs illustrates what puts the King James over the top.