The most common view of biblical preservation today, among "Evangelical" Bible critics, is that of "reasoned eclecticism" (simply stated, God inspired the "originals" and today we can only have God's Word through a reasonable consideration of thousands of manuscript evidence and historical texts). I personally believe textual criticism itself is not bad. In fact, it is my understanding that such a discipline was used to bring us the King James Bible. Whereas I still respect the "science" of textual criticism, I have learned to place my trust in the King James Bible and believe God has had His hand on it and has blessed it in a special way for all English speaking people. I trust it to be an accurate, reliable translation of God's Word without need of modern "updating" and "re-translating."
Anyone interested is welcome to use the cartoon (I prefer it is used without modification).