That is your opinion about your own communion in the Orthodox Church, and maybe it's theologically impeccable, too, in that communion. The scandal you refer to in the OCA was largely if not exclusively serious financial impropriety, and cover-up related to it. Is that correct?
Papist and I are Catholics. I'm out of communion with Rome for lots of reasons, but the one at the top of my list is the fact that way too many of the RCC's lay and ordained, never excommunicated communicants were up to their necks in active or compicit participation in horrible atrocities and genocides in the 20th century, in Europe, Central and South America. And elsewhere, too, though those were the principal hot spots.
Maybe I'm too fastidious, but I do honestly think and feel that to be in communion with the RCC would be to participate in and be complicit with, to a significant degree, this ugly history. Objectively. If not "theologically." So I'm not in communion and haven't been for ~23 years. My suggestion to Papist, the one that unfortunately initiated all this diversionary verbiage from the terribly important and timely topic of this thread, was something I wrestled with years ago, as noted. I wrestle with my deep concern about what's happening in the ROC now, wrt to becoming an Orthodox Christian, something I've been considering more and more seriously since the 80s. This is very painful to me.