I like the NAB (pre-NABRE) when I want to be reminded of high school, or of the readings the way I heard them for years as a child and teenager.
When I’m feeling traditional, I use the DR Mom got as a wedding gift from the priest in 1961. It has some foreword or something by Cardinal Spellman, who was a piece of work, so I pray for him when I think of that and hope that he and Fulton Sheen are now friends in heaven.
I sometimes use my father-in-law’s KJV because he just died a few months ago, I just had the Bible fixed up, and it is a handy size to carry around.
I have a big Haydock Bible but because of its size, I need to have a good place where it can sit in the house as I cannot really pick it up to use it. Also it will likely need some major repairs as I bought it cheap on eBay because it was falling apart, so I have not done much with it just yet as I don’t want it to get damaged further before I can send it to the Bible repair shop.
We have some other ones, but those are the main ones on my radar right now.