Martin's statement is factually correct in that the four Greek New Testaments published in the 19th century by Lachmann (1862), Tischendorf (1872), Tregelles (1872), and Westcott and Hort (1881) "all without exception placed their arrangement of the books in the same order." But his statement is egregiously misleading because it suggests a consensus that has never existed, then or now.
I find it very interesting that you admit this much, and then argue totally against what you admit. Why would these men accept the obvious if it was not correct? Why even use them if they are wrong on this point, which Dr. Martin agrees with and you don't? These are the "standard" volumes to work with in the world of Bible translation, yet you negate them because you think, or seem to think, they negate your Wheel. I suggest strongly that they IMPROVE your wheel, and that they were much more accepted than you and I are in the field. Why in the world would the world accept them as "authorities" and then turn around and say they don't know what they are talking about when they say that the arrangement that Dr. Martin agrees with is what THEY say in the old manuscripts and history??????? I agree with them, with Dr. Martin, with the OLD Jewish numbering, etc. What's wrong with that?