I would love to learn more about the Georgian Orthodox Church. As I understand, it is an extremely ancient church. What distinctives does the Georgian Church have? Is it more like one of the OO churches in doctrine, or is it EO?
One of the interesting distinctives of the Georgian church is the use of an ancient polyphonic (triphonic) chant, rather different from anything else in the EO or OO traditions.
The Georgian church has an interesting doctrinal history. In the aftermath of Chalcedon, it at first remained in full communion with its neighbor Armenian church, even after the Armenian church had explicitly rejected Chalcedon in about ~500. The Georgian church, however, for some reason I do not yet understand, decided in about ~600 to shift to the side of support for Chalcedon, and since that time it has been an Eastern Orthodox church rather than an Oriental Orthodox church.
The Georgian church is one of the few EO churches that is not derived from the Patriarchate of Constantinople (as Russia, Serbia, Romania, etc. are), but rather from the Patriarchate of Antioch.
It is one of the oldest autocephalous churches, having been granted full independence in the late 5th century from the Patriarchate of Antioch.