At the time I also thought I was part of a mushrooming trend of a wave of protestant converts to Orthodoxy, but it never materialized.
Many of my protestant friends were deeply intrigued, and even seemed envious of what I had found. But I think people are too heavily vested in their investment "shares" in protestant "stock" to ever leave easily.
(for example, the other members of the worship band and worship team would have to leave behind their favorite interests: playing in the band, creating the powerpoint presentations, being the sound tech, planning the service (their "liturgy" so-to-speak: the order of songs, prayers, video, drama presentations, readings, etc.).
Sometimes it makes me ponder: I wonder what it takes to make a person ripe for conversion (other than a movement of the Holy Spirit, of course). But on the human level what pushes the person to make a change?
I read somewhere, that one of the factors in the conversion of the Roman Empire in the first three centuries was a general fatigue with paganism and its gods and religious practices.
I certainly had fatigued with evangelicalism....
(Yet I still value what it taught me and it's role in my journey, and I don't have the visceral reaction to it that some protestant converts seem to have.)
Anyway, my apologies for such a personal reflection thread. Maybe it will nonetheless spark some discussion.