...well, my experience in the computer field for the past 10 years has been dealing more with Hindus and Muslims then any other faith. The majority of the technical jobs have gone to Indians and Pakistanis. While they are educated in the field, holding a theological conversation proves interesting.
Of course, there's more "in common" with the Muslims, however, there's many things that are NOT in common and lead to heated conversations.
The Hindus are interesting in that you can get them going easily by asking just "how many gods" they pray to. Some will say there are thousands, some say hundreds and one actually said "one". Then you sit back and watch them argue the point amongst themselves.
The one Baptist I worked with was also interested, because he and I would go for hours about "predestination"....and when he grumbled about something not going right, I would then tell him not to be upset that the screw fell down behind the hard drive and is next to impossible to retrieve...because after all, that's what God wanted to happen. He was of the opinion that EVERY little thing was predestined.
Unfortunately, the ONE and only Orthodox I came across, was not really interested in the Faith. He only attended church on holidays (maybe), but, mostly for weddings and baptisms. It amazed me that this person was the one chosen to be the godfather, in most cases, when he didn't know the basics of the Faith.
As for working with an ordained Orthodox priest....I think I would be too nervous! I get all nervous around clergy....afraid I'll say or do something wrong. I would be the one dropping the screws all over the place!