I have attended KJV-only Baptist churches because I like the conservative teaching but I would estimate that more than half of the pastor's sermon time is spent translating the King James version into regular English. I'm thinking that if you have to spend so much of your pulpit time translating the King James into something that the congregation can understand, why are you insisting on the King James? That said, there are many parts of the King James that are so splendid, so poetic, and not to be found duplicated in other versions that the KJV certainly has its place. I grew up in a church, and at a time when the King James version was the most used, so I can read it without too much trouble, but it is very difficult to get someone who has been unchurched interested when you're giving them a Bible whose words look foreign to them. The Holman translation is a good, conservative, modern-language translation but, although I have one, I have so many other versions that I generally turn to either the KJV or the NASB.