I'm doing this from memory, so it's likely I've forgetten a few.
1. How many Bibles are in your home?
Not sure of the exact number-- we have thousands of books! (Counting below I get twelve "full" bibles, one OT, and two NTs.)
2. What rooms are they in?
Books tend to wander from room to room, but there are large caches in the living room and the sunroom (which has most of the theology). There is also at least one in my bedroom, one on the Six Foot Shelf, and a stray or two in the family room.
3. What translations do you have?
King James (at least three copies, including two of the Washburn College Bible (pulpit bible as art object)) plus Apocrypha in a separate volume
New English Bible with Apocrypha
Revised Standard Version (RSV common bible and at least one 1960s standard prot. version)
New Revised Standard Version with Apocrypha
Jerusalem Bible (reader's edition)
New American Bible
New International Version
Today's English (I think-- might just be the NT)
New World Translation
4. Do you have a preference??
I normally use the RSV for liturgy and the KJV for music. The Washburn College bible is useful for crushing passing demons.
5. Nominate an interesting verse:
Saul was a child of one year when he began to reign, and he reigned two years over Israel. (1 Samuel 13:1 in the Douay-Rheims)
Our bible acquisition has dropped to nothing since so many online bibles became available. They are of course of limited use for study (no critical apparatus) but for comparison of trasnlations they'll do.