This afternoon I dropped by Dr. Maurice Robinson's office to pick up for $8 a copy of his hardbound work, The New Testament in the Original Greek: Byzantine Textform, 2005. Dr. Robinson compiled and arranged this NT text in cooperation with the late William Pierpont. Dr. Robinson is one of if not the leading advocate of the Majority or Byzantine Greek textform. He was also gracious enough to share about 45 minutes in a most informative and entertaining conversation.
Dr. Robinson is not a TR advocate, and he's certainly not a KJVO guy. What he does is provide a scholarly, reasonable argument that the Byzantine textform is superior (i.e. more faithful to the originals) to the Alexandrian and other textforms, which provide the bulk of the foundation for the Greek texts that support almost all modern translations of the NT.
In my Greek studies, the best argument I encountered for the Byzantine textform was that the fact that we have more Byzantine manuscripts in our hands than any other family. Since that argument fell far short in my mind, I gravitated towards the critical or eclectic texts, which relies more on the age of the manuscript than the number of them. (I realize I'm vastly oversimplifying.)
One of the great features of Dr. Robinson's Greek NT is the appendix that includes his article, "The Case for Byzantine Priority." In the interest of academic honesty, I want to expose myself to the best possible arguments for the opposing side, so I'll do my best to digest his case. You can access the full text of his article here. If you're interested in the book, you can get it for $11 (shipping include) if you contact him directly. Visit the faculty directory at the SEBTS website for contact info. He'll also have recommendations for quantity purchases.