Christ is Risen!
I was a Catholic formerly and I converted to Orthodoxy last year. I was finally received into the Orthodox Church by the sacrament of Chrismation on Holy Saturday.
In Orthodoxy I have found a deep, rich and fulfilling spiritual life which has changed me completely. I still love many aspects of Catholicism, and I still pray to St Anthony of Padua, I sometimes pray the Rosary, I love learning about Catholic monasticism, I love Catholic chant, and I every now and then need a Catholic mass in order to get my fix for Western Christianity. As far as I see it, Catholicism and Orthodoxy are two traditions which represent two very different political and cultural spheres of Christian development. I look forward to the day when the two Churches are united in full ecumenical communion: I think it would be a much better representation of the invisible Body of Christ, the one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church.
That said, Orthodoxy satisfies me in ways which Roman Catholicism simply cannot. I personally find the spirituality of Orthodoxy to be richer and more meaningful, the theology to be more sound and closer to the theology of the Apostolic Age. Papal infallibility, purgatory, indulgences, original sin, the love of spreading AIDS, obsession with guilt, the child abuse scandals, and the very legalistic 'let's-make-concrete-definitions-of-things-we-can't-be-sure-of' approach to theology all make me very uncomfortable. Orthodoxy preserves the mystery of spiritual matters, rather than trying to understand everything through neat, convenient black-and-white definitions. The fact is, there is much we don't know. However, we do know how to rightly give praise and worship to the Trinity and how to celebrate the mysteries of the Lord, and Orthodoxy places a great emphasis on right worship, not just sound doctrine.
I strongly encourage you to explore Orthodoxy. Experience the Liturgy, learn about its mystic theology, and try to incorporate some Orthodox practices into your prayer life. Ultimately, open yourself to the Holy Spirit and let God guide you. I felt myself strongly drawn towards the Orthodoxy Church - perhaps you will find yourself spiritually drawn elsewhere.