This sounds like an interesting project:
EOB stands for Eastern / Greek Orthodox Bible. It is complete translation of the Holy Scriptures based on the Greek text of the Old Testament (Septuagint / LXX) and for the New Testament on the official ecclesiastical text published in 1904 by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.
The main purpose of the EOB is to provide an English text of the Holy Scriptures that is suitable for use by Orthodox Christian communities and individuals. Because it is controlled and updated within the Orthodox community, it is independent from non-Orthodox commercial publishers and can benefit from constant input from Eastern Orthodox scholars and theologians.
For the New Testament, the EOB is an Orthodox translation of the official Greek text used in the Greek Orthodox world which also takes into account the so-called Majority and Critical texts. It also provides extensive footnotes and Appendices dealing with significant verses such as Matthew 16:18; John 1:1,18; John 15:26.
The Old Testament is an updated edition of Brenton's translation of the Septuagint, a decision which allows for convenient access to the underlying Greek text. Doctrinally significant variants from the Hebrew / Masoretic text or the Dead Sea Scroll are documents in footnotes. The EOB also provides the Hebrew / Masoretic versions (WEB) of Job and Jeremiah.
The EOB provides over 200 pages of introduction material and appendices, including articles by the late Rev. Protopresbyter George Florovsky and Pr. Miltiades Konstantinou of the Aristotle University of Thessalonica.
Orthodox Christians are invited to take advantage of this edition of the Holy Bible and to participate in the ongoing improvement process.
The EOB is presented in honor of the late Archbishop Vsevolod of Scopelos (Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA, in the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople).
It is available to download and purchase in print format; however, it is awaiting proper ecclesiastical blessing and has been presented (01/2008) to various hierarchs for this purpose. http://www.orthodox-church.info/eob/about.asp
If you visit the website you can download the draft texts as pdfs and there is also a page on the relationship between the EOB and the OSB.