Just thought I'd introduce myself as one who is in the process of moving toward Orthodoxy.
I was baptised into the Scottish Episcopal Church but am currently part of a presbyterian Church of Scotland congregation (more to do with my wife's preference than my own).
My heart could not make do with "four bare walls and a sermon", but although I wanted to return to liturgical worship, I cannot muster up much respect for the Anglican Communion as a whole. The reason for this is mainly that they seem open to a riot of opinions and beliefs, rather than holding fast to any core doctrines, including those that should surely be held by all Christians. I'm sure you've heard all this before though.
A thirst for liturgical worship kind of narrowed down the search- as did my dislike of doctrines of papal supremacy & infallibility. An interest in early church history also helped...
So, some months later I have finished reading Ware's "The Orthodox Church" and have started on "The Orthodox Way", as well as spending much time listening to Ancient Faith Radio- and lurking here.
I finally bit the bullet and emailed the local Orthodox priest. Following his reply, this Sunday I will go to Holy Liturgy for the first time.