You can see the updated NIV in its entirety at either Biblica.com or Biblegateway.com. (See also their new beta site here.) You can also read the translator’s notes here. It is must reading before you start forming opinions about the update. I looked at about 75 or so passages and saw many changes (I didn’t get much sleep last night ). TNIV fans will be happy to know that there is a lot of the TNIV in the update. ”Brothers and sisters” is used throughout. In many cases the updated NIV simply retains the TNIV readings (as well it should have in my opinion). In many other cases, however, the updated edition stays faithful to the NIV or finds an alternative rather than adopting the TNIV reading. (For example see 1 Cor. 6:9; Heb. 2:6, 17; 12:9; Gal. 6:7; Acts 20:30; 1 Cor. 14:28; 15:21 and Mat. 7:3) Douglas Moo, chairman of the translation committee, says that “95% of the NIV is preserved in this update.” This is interesting since he first said the update would be “95% what the TNIV looks like.” Whatever the percentage is it will interesting to see the reaction from the general market. I still am waiting to meet with my Zondervan rep who will give us a full presentation on the update and the upcoming print versions. I’ll keep you updated.