Before he went to be with the Lord in 1985, Gordon H. Clark wrote an excellent and erudite little essay on textual criticism and Bible translation ("Logical Criticisms of Textual Criticism"). He concluded his essay with this paragraph on page 49:
"Awaiting them (i.e., history's final scenes) we conclude that the type of criticism underlying the Revised Standard Version, the New American Standard, and other versions is inconsistent with its own stated criteria, inconsistent in its results, and inconsistent with the objective evidence. Its method is that of unsupported aesthetic speculation. If we want to get closer to the very words of God, we must pay attention to Hodges, Farstad, Pickering, and The New King James Version."
I agree with Dr. Clark.