It's hard to gauge what's "most widely accepted." There's an online Orthodox translation of the Septuagint here:http://orthodoxengland.org.uk/zot.htm
You can also go with the Orthodox Study Bible, which some Orthodox like, but others have many reservations about.
The OSB is a nice translation. I wish I could get a copy of the translation without the commentary.
I agree- the translation itself isn't too bad, though perhaps inconsistent. I still prefer an edition in "traditional" English... hopefully someone will print Michael Asser's translation at some point.