Net Bible: Very Sweet... And It Is Free Too!
So I just stumbled across this last night as I was looking for a possible Bible commentary for my Kindle.  It is called Net Bible.  Net Bible is an online Bible resource with plenty of translation notes all at your finger tips.  The software program is hosted directly online and can also be downloaded to your computer, kindle, iphone, etc...  The other great feature is that it can be directly downloaded into your existing E-sword program.  (By the way if you haven't checked out E-sword... it is a must.  Click Here to learn more about E-Sword)  While, I haven't had a lot of time to check the Net Bible out, it does seem to have several solid names attached to it; names like Daniel Wallace.     

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Disclaimer:  After writing this post I read several of the footnote passages on verses dealing with baptism and communion (i.e. Lutheran Distinctive Passages).  In the translation footnotes of the Net Bible one can definitely pick up on the author's/translator's background and baptist presuppostions. (i.e. many of the translators are from Dallas Theological Seminary).  This is something to keep in mind if you are going to regularly use this resource; that is, to be aware of their presuppositions.  Other than this, it looks like an excellent tool in helping one assess translation issues and getting a better grasp on the original Biblical languages.