It's missing III and IIII Maccabbees, Psalm 151, and a few other books/chapters, but if you can stand the 17th century English, the 1611/1613 KJV is the least Protestant worded in English. The 1599 Geneva (as well as the Geneva series in general) is also a good one with its Protestant wording mostly confined to marginal notes.
Douay Rheims might be considered, but it's a translation from the Vulgate.
But a more modern translation which has all of the books in there would be the RSV/A and the NRSV/A, however it is pretty Protestant worded.
NRSV is too inclusive for usage and should be avoided.
There are also other versions (see Achronos's reply above) which I have not read.
I am a fan of the RSV for study and devotional use. ESV is based on the same lexicon, but more updated to American colloquialisms.
The OJB is alright and fixes much of the Protestant wording, but I wouldn't take it as too authoritative, at least from what I understand.
There has been some reactionary sentiment towards it from Orthodox clergy being nothing more than a Protestant product. There have been some that have asserted that containing all of the books into a single volume is contrary to its liturgical usage.
I have also heard that the clergy should take care of the readings of the Bible and the laymen need not read it at all. But we should all be reading it, daily.
Sadly, from what I understand, none of the English translations are really that good, the best thing to do if you want to get accurate would to either waste all of your free time on the internet or learn Greek.
If we can get close enough in English the renderings of the OT Septuagint in an Orthodox interpretation, I think that would suffice enough for everyone. The EOB NT seems good, but I haven't read it yet. They are still in the process of doing the OT as well.
There will never be a perfect translation, but if we can come close enough to it, then fine.
If Cyrillic, Roamios, etc could get together and make an Orthodox Bible from scratch that would be awesome.I think LBK should organize it.
At least we can all agree on who's gonna do the maps at the end.
Learn Greek to read the Septuagint and NT in the original.
For the purist approach..