Upon further review, I will not become Orthodox after all.
The first problem is the Immaculate Conception. The East had a feast for the Conception before the West did and always took the lead in proclaiming Mary as immaculate, so it makes it look like now they reject it more out of spite that the Pope infallibly proclaimed it than any convincing reasoning.
As far as there being a supreme Pontiff, The New Testament and the Fathers are not as clear on it as one might think. However, in the Old Testament Israel usually was governed by one man, whether Adam, Noah, Moses, Joshua, the judges (ok, one was a woman if I remember correctly), the kings, whether for good or for evil. The only synod there appears to be is the Sanhedrin and even then they had to go to Pontius Pilate to get the OK to crucify Jesus. Now that the Church is the true Israel it is only fitting that there again is one supreme head in the person of the Roman Pontiff.
As for filioque, the Church currently finds that interpreting "and" as "through" is acceptable and does not insist on the clause being included when the Eastern Churches recite the Creed.
Finally thinking back on when I visited the Orthodox church, the liturgy was pretty and all, but did not have the same feeling of us truly worshipping the Almighty Living God and bringing Heaven and Earth together as that I had in the Ukrainian and Byzantine Catholic Churches, and even the Roman Mass using the 1970 Missal sung in Latin using the proper chants, as well as a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form. Low Mass without any choir is highly reverent but not as glorious, the diocesean version at the local Cathedral is a Low Mass that a choir sings hymns over, which actually detracts from it, and of course the average parish Mass is quite a mess other than still having the opportunity to receive the Eucharist.
The common praxis of the Roman Rite is in serious need of reform. A good start would be to chant the Mass according to the melodies included in the current ICEL translation and to use appropriate translations of the proper chants, or even leave those in Latin. Also I personally believe the prayers of exorcism should be restored to the Rite of Baptism and that Confirmation (=Chrisimation) and First Communion should be celebrated together at a young age.
That said there are 21 other Churches in communion with the Roman Church with their own rites in various stages of being de-Latinized and it is a shame that Roman Catholics generally have no idea they exist.
To me, it doesn't matter what the magic Bible says. What matters is how the Church historically
approached the issue of the Roman See. If it was ever
infallible, why did the Orthodox Bishops at Chalcedon check the Tome of Leo for it's Orthodoxy? Pope Leo was speaking on faith and morals, if he was infallible the issue should've been decided right when the Tome was presented to the council. Yet, it wasn't, the Orthodox Bishops were skeptical of Leo's Orthodoxy, and checked the Tome.
That shows that the Orthodox Bishops never accepted the Pope's infallibility. Supremacy, maybe, but not infallibility. I also have problems with Cyprian's opposition to the Bishop of Rome. Clearly, if Papal infallibility is Apostolic, then you'd think Cyprian would've known that it's plain silly to oppose the Vicar of Christ, yet he did it anyway.