- The Tree of Live Version: this is a Messianic Jewish Bible, the New Testament of which I picked up in print awhile back. Now they've got the whole Bible available as a pretty reasonably priced app (I think it's five bucks).
- The Bible Corner: I think I actually encountered this site quite awhile back, but I think they've improved it since then. This site has all kinds of interesting historically significant Bibles, such as the Isaac Leeser Jewish translation and Alexander Campbell's Living Oracles New Testament.
- STEP Bible: This site is run by Tyndale House Cambridge, not to be confused with the Tyndale House Publishers in America, the company founded by Kenneth Taylor. This isn't the best Bible search site I've ever seen, but it is relatively simple to use.
- BibleSearch: This one is run by American Bible Society, and although it's not nearly as good as, say, Bible Gateway, it's a relatively easy-t0-use Bible search site. A bit confusing, though, its URL (bibles.org), which can easily be confused with the Bible.org site, the online home of the NET Bible.
- Speaking of the NET Bible, both the online NET Bible and Bible Gateway have recently gotten virtual facelifts, and they're both looking very good. You can find the NET Bible at the newly named Lumina site; meanwhile, Bible Gateway is done beta-testing their new site, and the NEW Bible Gateway is looking excellent as well.
Well, I don't know how new some of these sites actually are, but they're new to me: