I guess it would depend on your goals in life and what you expect from your religion.
Setting aside the Bible and considering other issues, if you want one that:
Believes in obeying the law, even the inconvenient ones, such as speed limits when late for work;
Believes in paying taxes, even though there are many ways a religion cab avoid them, as many do;
Believes in keeping their word, such as to the IRS that they will not promote politics in the church, and they actually mean it;
Teaches their youth that waiting until marriage is preferable to using protection, and for the most part, the youths actually believe it....As a result, they have the lowest rates of out-of-wedlock births and STDs....Yes, there is the occasional ones who would rather have their fun now than wait, but there are far more who choose to wait;
Treats their youth with respect, not just "do what you're told!";
Teaches their youths side by side with the adults, the Bible as a whole, and not just Bible stories....The very young may not understand what they are being taught, but by the time you reach the age of understanding, they have a good basic knowledge of the scriptures;
Don’t allow their congregations to get so large that the individual gets lost in the crowd and since everyone is taught the same, it is easy to start a new congregation, with a set of elders;
Has members who know all other members, whether in their congregation, their city, or their county....When Katrina happened, they made sure everyone living in New Orleans could be found in Texas, with every individual accounted for;
Believes their Kingdom Halls should compliment a neighborhood, and not overwhelm it, so they are small and don’t include a lot of expensive decorative features....Each Hall can hold up to four congregations;
Encourages all their members to read the whole Bible and submit their thoughts to see whether the religion could be following God’s Word better;
Don’t pay or elect leading members or governing board....a fisherman, a tax colletor, or a carpenter can end up on the Governing Board of the Society.
Can have every member, over the age of 12 answer the following question without just referring to a secular holiday in May:
WHAT DAY DO YOU OBSERVE THE MEMORIAL ON?