Occasionally, I refer to the New English Bible. Most people around the world read it. My sentimental favorite translation has always been the King James, but I find that it has become a cult. Other translations are compared to it, rather than to original Hebrew and Greek sources.
Our language has changed since 1611, and there are many doctrines retained in this Bible that have been inherited from the Babylonians via the Roman Catholic church. Modern, more precise Bibles have dropped these. This exclusion has come at the loss of a number of money making inclusions such as immortal souls burning in hell--maybe the biggest money maker of all time. Almost every religion uses it. The charts I sent you show that this is not a Biblical doctrine.
So no one need have just one type of Bible. The Holy Spirit is still inspiring translators and readers. He did not cease his work in 1611.