It probably amounts to around 30 parishes worldwide, mainly composed of ex-Anglicans/Episcopalians looking for a haven from such things as women's ordination and gay marriage.
How unfortunate that someone actually admits this. Don't require them to actually be orthodox, just conservative.
I would hope that the receiving bishop has satisfied himself that these converts hold the Orthodox faith. There may be a few kinks which he is willing to temporarily tolerate - a disinclination to kiss icons, doubts about this or that. The Church is able to be lenient in admitting members (although I would hope they are made aware that eventually they need to come to a fully Orthodox mindset.) You yourself may similarly experience some leniency from the Orientals as regards your beliefs but I imagine that with time and the grace of God they will expect changes to occur.
As for the regular nominal conversions and baptisms of young male pagans which take place to enable an Orthodox wedding with Orthodox girls.... oh my!