In a comment to the previous posting Dave Mowers asked some questions that are certainly worth posing here:
"I am working on a project idea for Amy [Anderson] that is fairly open-ended, possibly about the "Caesarean text type"/texts physically connected with the city of Caesarea in the book of John. I had a couple of questions about this that I was hoping one of you could help with.
First, what is the state of current "Caesarean" scholarship? Is this idea generally not accepted by mainstream text critics?
Second, if there is a case to be made for a Caesarean text type, what manuscripts would be associated with it in the book of John?"