For those who don't know what a chain-reference Bible is, it's sort of an uber-study Bible, which lists thousands of subjects by number, telling you next to the passage where the next related verse is, and indexing in the back all the passages that are related. (the only image I could find that is big enough to give you an idea of what it's like is this one
). The main problem is that the only chain-reference Bible (currently) is a Protestant one. And while it's not in-your-face about it's Protestant roots (e.g. there is no section on sola scriptura), and frankly it's by far my favorite Bible to use, it's still not going to go into things like theosis, or give you an adequate treatment of something like ecclesiology, or tell you what the Church Fathers thought about this or that passage.
So anyway, here's the question: if Catholics and Orthodox (Oriental and Eastern) got together and created a chain-reference Bible, so as to promote biblical studies from a more traditional Christian perspective, what translation would you want used? (Let's assume that a new translation would be cost-prohibitive.)