I suppose that getting someone to like or dislike the NKJV or the OKJV is much like trying to get someone to change their mind against their will. That old saying comes into play here, "a man convinced against his will, is of the same opinion still." Or, as the case may be, "don't convince me with facts, my mind is already made up." I'm reminded of the time shortly after I gave my heart to the Lord, the pastor had an old friend who was a chart teacher come for a week of services. He taught on the correlation of the Books of Daniel and Revelation. The adult Bible teacher had also been teaching on those books. As I sat on the edge of my seat en-rapt with the teaching it occurred to me that there was some discrepancy between their teaching. I immediately asked the Lord which was right. The Lord responded, "I'm right."
The Bible says in Psalm 33:4, "For the word of the LORD is right; and all his works are done in truth." I like that chorus we use to sing in church called The Word of God is right. It goes like this: