I can understand that it can be difficult for a person raised in Western culture to adopt Eastern ways. Have you looked to see if there is a Western Orthodox parish near your home? Perhaps this would make the transition easier for you?
Yes, I have, and no, there aren't any remotely close to where I live. I have several books by David Bentley Hart, though, who is Western Rite Orthodox.
I really like the Anglican or Episcopalian service, and I've gone to alot of conservative Episcopalian or Continuing churches in the past 2 years (first inquiring into Christianity after years of doubt and apostasy, then to be a participant. I was somebody that was ruined by delving into Evangelicalism). I like the traditions and the style, I see it having alot of the things that many converts to Orthodoxy from something like Evangelicalism or Anabaptism often overlook (probably they overlook it because of the direction the church's leadership has taken); the worship is God-centered, it involves your body, and it is incarnational in the theology and even the piety. I don't like the fact that alot of the Episcopalian leadership now days are material heretics or nicodemites. I have looked into Continuing Anglicanism too, but I consider schism only slightly less worse than heresy (many of these groups are quite small and fragmented).
From what I have heard, if one is interested in WRO, one should just become Orthodox, then try to deal with finding a western rite parish.