I have 11 complete translations (except, of course, some of the Protestant Bibles don't have the Deuteros), and 3 additional translations of the New Testament.
(Complete Bibles: RSV, KJV, NAB, Douay-Rheims, NASB, NEB, New Berkeley Version, Jerusalem Bible, Living Bible, Amplified Bible, NIV. New Testament: JB Phillips, New World, and the 1881 Revised version of the KJV.)
Hmm..... not bad, though you are wrong about one thing: the Living Bible is not really a 'translation', it is actually just a paraphrase, unless you mean the 'Living Translation', which is indeed a translation.
Out of your list, only one I never heard of, namely the 'New Berkeley Version', what the heck is that?
My list (and keep in mind, I own more than one copy of some of these, the regular Protestant edition, as well as the 'Catholic Edition')
New Testament only:
New Jerusalem Bible
Good News Bible
Christian Community Bible (a very new translation only dates back to 2003, surprisingly good, in use primarily in the Philippines)
and now JB Phillips translation
Although I hope to pick up a copy of the Ronald Knox translation soon, unfortunately only the NT is currently in print.
I found the NWT--like most of my Bibles--at a secondhand book shop. I believe I spent $5 on it. Honestly, I get a kick out of having it, and since it's an old version (from the 50's, I think--too lazy to get it off the shelf to look, since it's at least two feet away from me) I could, theoretically, point out changes to JW's if I ever needed to.
Well, actually, the New World Translation was first published in 1961, so it can't be quite as old as the 1950's.