RSVCE2 for my personal reading and class teaching, but I do recommend that all Catholics involved in teaching ministry of any kind get themselves a copy of the NABRE, because it will be widely used in the Church. Moreover, some parts are very good--like the Gospel of John, which was already good in the previous NAB. The edition of the NABRE I purchased was this one, and I like it very much. It has the words of Christ in red! I personally love that, but I am shocked that such a pietistic feature got past the editorial board! I'll have more to say on that issue in the future.
One of the first major improvements I noticed is that tohu wabohu in Genesis 1:2 is no longer egregiously rendered "barren wasteland," but rather "without form or shape," which is still a little odd but definitely a better representation of the Hebrew. More on that tomorrow, Lord willing.