The prayer book I'm always an advocate for is the Old Orthodox Prayer Book which Schultz posted. I really like the set up of it and the prayers flow really nicely. It also has the Hours included which the Jordanville does not. And it supplicatory canons to Christ, two to the Theotokos (Akathist canon and supplicatory), two to the Guardian Angel, for the sick, two for the departed (for one person or several departed), the Paschal canon, and the canon before holy communion along with pre and post communion prayer. For the order of communion, the canon is longer in the old rite prayer book than in Jordanville and instead of ten pre-communion prayers as the Jordanville has, the Old Rite one has 18. The prayer book also has troparia and kontakia for the Resurrection and for the days of the week and it also includes ones for major feasts. The Old Orthodox Prayer Book also has interesting instructional materiel concerning the Sign of the Cross, bows and prostrations, fasting, communion, other rules of piety, and an interesting explanation of the Old Believer prayer rope called the lestovka and it also has a chart on how services can be replaced with readings from the Psalter and with Jesus Prayers. All the instructional material is based on Old Rite practices so on the article for the Sign of the Cross, they teach that one should do it using to two finger positioning of the hand rather than the three used by the Orthodox Church today.
Out of any prayer book, I choose the Old Rite one since there is a lot more included in it and it is really nice.