I own a Thompson-Chain Reference Bible, and thoroughly enjoy it.
I think in a few places, it is very up-front about its Protestantism (particularly it's Arminianism). It's a nice tool, but far too Protestant. I would like to see an Orthodox one.
I selected KJV, I think it's the best out there, although I could settle for NKJV or Douay Rheims. I would like to see an English translation of the LXX used as the OT, though, like in the OSB. We need more English Bibles that include the full canon of Scripture, and as it was originally compiled (not separating them into an "apocrypha" or "deuterocanon" in-between the OT and the NT).
EDIT: And I mean a new translation of the LXX. I like the OSB, and use it, but it's just a bit too modern for me. the SAA LXX goes well with the NKJV, but wouldn't mix with a KJV. I want to see a King James' English translation of the LXX, or at least in Revised Liturgical English (like is sometimes used by St. Tikhon's Press, especially now that they've revised their Horologion).