In looking back over questions I have asked at various SE sites, I was reminded of how rarely I accept answers. While part of this may be asking difficult questions (and waiting for other answers does allow one to forget to accept), I suspect most of the cause is that I want a perfect answer, one that is obviously correct and complete.
My specific concern is for my question "Is Christianity more friendly to its own Scripture translation than other religions? If so, why?".
Mawia's answer is decent, it was upvoted three times (and not by me yet), it gives some historical context which was not in the speculation included in my question. However, it mainly addresses part of the why; it does not give evidence that the Bible is more translated (e.g., by giving counts of language translations of other "sacred texts" relative to follower count or economic factors--admittedly literacy is, I suspect, part of the Christian bias, though Judaism probably has at least as high a rate of literacy and the Torah is probably not broadly translated).
(I would count Mawia's answer as the "most helpful/useful" of the currently provided answers, but it isn't perfect! Sigh.)
(I probably am a bad citizen for not posting a comment to that answer indicating that addressing this aspect would be an improvement.)
While I realize that acceptance is a matter of personal opinion, I hope that some further guidance can be given both on this specific question and the more general issue.