Perhaps a more succinct question could be: If you consider EO and OO both Orthodox (pan-Orthodox) how do you practice this "pan-Orthodoxy?"
This is a broader question, IMO, as it could also involve what you do at home and not just what church(es) you attend. Personally, I make selective use of EO prayer materials, spiritual works, and theological books as and when I deem appropriate.
Interpret the question as you will. You're a graduate from St. Vladimir's Seminary right? What was the environment like when you were there? Were you able to commune at the chapel or did you drive to a local OO parish? Did they consider you as an outsider? If you wrote papers in defense of a particular OO how did you professors receive your papers?
On a side note I really regret not branching out more when I was in the D.C. area. I think there was a parish or two from each OO church in the area and D.C. has a number of EO cathedrals, really should have explored more when I was in that area (and still practicing).