I am going to assume that you were unsettled with the convert list.
Asteriktos is right -- it's pretty tactless in some areas. When I was inquiring, I read articles, books and I encountered a lot of opinions that made it sound like the church didn't even want converts. "You're going to be crazy, start speaking Greek and wearing a headscarf everywhere, so just go in the corner until you've been Orthodox for 5 years!" To be honest, sometimes I feel like that when reading some of the posts here. I think, "Should I even be posting? They probably think I'm a crazy, zealous convert and I don't even know anything!! AAA!"
There IS good advice underneath that list, though. Go slowly, constantly check your own motivations, and just let God work through you. Otherwise, I would try to tune out anything that people say about converts -- I think it can do more harm, although the intention is (usually) good. I just dove in and started reading Orthodox lit. Once I started attending Divine Liturgy, I tried not to read what people were saying about converts, because it is making me too self conscious about how the people in the church view me. Hey, I'm there to be one with God and fellowship! That's all, and I'm not going to let some angry cradle/convert/non-Orthodox change that for me.
I kinda want to complain about that website's layout, but I'm restraining myself.