I’m not a huge King James fan anymore, except when I can’t remember the keywords from a particular verse any other way than how I learned them as a kid. My Zondervan Bible software usually looks up the word in King James, but displays it in NIV.
I am however a huge fan of the concordance as a study tool. So when a friend told me yesterday about biblos.com; it looked like Bible Gateway, which we’d already posted a link to on this site. But then I discovered #25, described as “King James with Strong’s Numbers.” (Sounds like a Chinese food entree.) When you hold your mouse over a word, it gives you the Greek/Hebrew word, it’s pronuniciation, and a brief meaning.
The utimate study tool for lazy people like me. To get directly to the King James page, go here. The reference finder is up in the top left corner.