I find the article a bit shady.
(1) "The Webmaster does not remember the author of this fantastic talk." Right. The only places where it appears online it is traced back to the website that is linked in the OP. The line seems like a ploy to (a) hide the identity of the author (if they really want to do this, adopt a pseudonym, like other "fantastic" authors), and (b) deflect criticism away from both webmaster and author.
(2) "Another related pitfall that converts must beware of, is Convertism Orthodoxy. By this I mean that Orthodoxy which one usually will find in an all or almost all convert parish. This kind of Orthodoxy is not consciously Modernist -- in fact most people in such parishes sincerely desire authentic Orthodoxy, but because they are in jurisdictions which have been infected with Modernism, they have often been given stones instead of bread. I by no means want to broad brush here -- not all convert parishes are this way, and in fact among jurisdictions that have been infected with modernism, it has mostly been converts who have begun to resist these tendencies. The cause of Convertism is a neglect of the subject at hand -- it is the result of a failure to recognize the need to develop an Orthodox mind, and to consciously seek to rid oneself of Protestant modes of thought. Converts who have fallen into this pitfall are generally teachable, though not all, and when they see authentic Orthodoxy they are attracted too it. "
Huh? Convertism Orthodoxy? Neglect of the "subject at hand" is common amongst convert and cradle alike - his/her naming this "Convertism" just shows his obvious bias.
I've got more objections, but I haven't had breakfast yet since Liturgy ended, so I'm off...