I came across this site by accident a few days ago. It is a must for anyone doing serious Bible study, either for personal reasons or for academic courses. It contains a fresh up-to-date translation together with detailed notes on the Greek or Hebrew original and the problems facing a translator. Along with the text you can access the Authorized Version if you want to make comparisons , and it has extensive marginal references, notes in the names of biblical characters, and even hymns that are traditionally associated with a particular text, together with immediate access to Strong's concordance and Nave's notes.
It is a sort of theological library on one site. There are literally tens of thousands of notes, references and theological articles. It will save you a great deal of searching and bother.
The best way to access the biblical text is to go to; www.bible.org and then go to Net bible, and then go to down load Net bible.