If i had spent a whole long time sorting out what i believed and i was sure, then i wouldn't want someone telling me i wasn't ready. I would be ready.
Your reaction would mean that you wouldn't be. It's not for you to decide.
That said, you're not a monk. You don't have to give your obedience over to a single parish or priest. Shop around and find a parish you like
. that doesn't mean, however, that you should search for a parish that gives you all you want without "negatives." Those so-called "negative" aspects of your community are just as much, if not more, for your salvation than those things which you love. Orthodoxy is not an a la carte
So, definitely find a parish you don't dread. Most importantly, a priest that resonates with you (and who also makes you grow spiritually), but also a style of worship that is effective for you, a good community, etc. Don't forget that there are other ways to do it out there, but there's nothing wrong having your favorite ways! I love my parish, and the other two parishes nearby. That said...I wouldn't want to be a member at those parishes as long as my parish is an option. However, I also love when we get together for pan-Orthodox events a services (regularly, several times throughout the year, with occasional special times like a visiting wonderworking icon, marriages, etc.)
My point: Find a parish you're going to be comfortable in for the long-haul, and stay there. If there's something you don't like, bear it. Even though most of us aren't monks, Orthodoxy is a religion of humility, submission and obedience to God, the Church, your confessor, etc. If it's really
an issue for you, mention it in confession or when otherwise speaking privately with the priest, but bear it. If you aren't ready for such submission and obedience (not that it won't be a struggle regardless), you aren't yet ready to be Orthodox.