Jim, are you looking for a devotional or a study Bible type format?
There posters here that are far more knowledgeable than me, but there is not really an "official" English translation Orthodox Bible. That said, there are some options that are better than others. For instance, there is the Orthodox Study Bible: http://www.amazon.com/Orthodox-Study-Bible-Ancient-Christianity/dp/0718003594/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1297629016&sr=8-1
which has a NKJV NT and a hybrid of Septuagint and Masoretic text OT. It is not without controversy, but many Orthodox authorities endorsed the project and its results. For those that are omniscient in all things Orthodox, the study notes will not be of help (admittedly, some notes are less helpful than others and become a bit redundant). I've found it helpful, even if I don't particularly care for the translation.
Fr. Thomas Hopko recommends the old
Revised Standard Version. The New Oxford Annotated Bible with the Apocrypha http://www.amazon.com/Annotated-Apocrypha-Standard-Expanded-Hardcover/dp/0195283481/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1297629671&sr=1-1
, however, is an ecumenical study Bible with sparse commentary, so it won't be as helpful in explaining differences between the RCC, Orthodox, and Protestant thought.
There are also various available versions of the Septuagint and an "Orthodox New Testament" translated from the Greek and produced by Holy Apostles Convent: http://www.amazon.com/Orthodox-New-Testament-Translated-Leatherette/dp/0944359256/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1297630027&sr=1-2
This seems to get mixed reviews, but there are some threads on the Orthodox Study Bible, Septuagint versions, and that Orthodox NT.
My apologies if I answered the wrong question. Hopefully others can improve on the information I included.
Edit: I pretty much just echoed yours, Thankful, only 32 seconds later.