The King James Bible is the most used Bible version. The next generation of the King James Bible is the IAV (International Authorized Version), which changes nothing but, as has been done to the King James Bible in the past, updates spelling. The IAV also introduces supercomputer reconfirmation of the biblical text.
Now, the NIV (New International Version) contains 291,362 errors and deletes (technical deletion, not simple deletion) 16,274 verses. It also deletes (simple deletion) over 100 verses. It also asparatizes over 1 million words in the English text, as well as in the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts.