I don't really get the anti-OSB tendencies that some folks on here have. Sure, it's geared toward the Protestant convert-to-Orthodoxy group, however, in all my time using it, I've never really noticed anything that I would consider Protestant or heretical in it--and usually I notice those things quick. Unless you are reading it with the intention of finding something heretical that you could say is an example of Protestant influence, I don't think you'll find anything. For an English Bible that's practical, affordable, and Orthodox, the OSB is the best you are going to get. People like to go on about how it's more of a hybrid between the Masoretic and Septuagint (opposed to just Septuagint), but, let's face it: unless you are reading the documents in their original language, I don't think that you are going to notice anything different in them. And if you are really curious about a particular passage, then you're better off looking it up on the internet in its original Greek or using a Greek-English dictionary/concordance.