The Revised English Bible
My favourite version of the Bible is the Revised English Bible (REB). The biggest attraction is probably that it's English is written from a British perspective; instead of from an American one: words are spelled properly, and the phraseology is familiar to me, instead of sounding a bit foreign. In addition, I like the balance the REB editors and translators struck as they sought to find the middle road between tradition and our latest (at the time of the translation) archaeological and linguistic understanding.
One problem with preferring the REB has been its lack of an electronic version for MS Windows; requiring that I carry a printed copy with me when I travel, when that version was the one I was using for my daily Bible reading. Well, as of today, the REB is available as a module for the popular—and free—e-Sword Bible study programme. I, for one, am glad to see that the REB is finally making the leap into the 21st century.
The module is for sale at Bible.org (who are the organisation that created the "NET Bible" translation); specifically, on their Windows Software page: REB - Revised English Bible (e-Sword). It costs $19.99 USD.