Your pulling a quote from Metropolitan Jonah of the OCA's comments to disaffected Anglicans is again an action that demonstrates nothing and shows to me at least that you have an agenda from your former Protestant self that you wish to validate through your interpretation of Orthodoxy.
From the words you chose to quote the Metropolitan said, clearly and simply regarding the role of Mary that Orthodox rejects: "....some
of the hypertrophy regarding Our Most Holy Lady Theotokos, the Ever-Virgin Mary."
There has not been ONE Orthodox poster attempting to answer your vague, unfocused question who would take issue with the Metropolitan's statement. Indeed, many of the Roman Catholic posters have even seconded that point of view from their own perspective. Yet you remain argumentative by restating variations of the obvious over again and again.
For a poignant point of view on Mary and eschatology written by another Orthodox Metropolitan, I would urge you to carefully read and consider the words of the late Metropolitan Nicholas of Amissos written on the Feast of the Dormition 2010 some six months before his repose as which he concludes with a prayer from St. Nilus:
“Wherefore, at the time also of my death, stand before me, O my helper, and be not then ashamed of me. For I know, O Virgin, that I am guilty of many sins, and I, the wretched one, tremble, contemplating that hour. But you, my Joy, reveal unto me then your presence, work your mercy marvelously upon me, O Intercessoress for my salvation. Rescue me, O Mistress, from the cruelty of the demons, and from the fearsome and terrible trial of the spirits of the air, and deliver me from their malice, and transform all that grief and sorrow into joy by your enlightenment and grant me to pass unharmed through the principalities and powers of darkness and to attain to worship at the throne of glory before Christ our God Who reigns there with His Eternal Father and All-Holy Spirit. Amen” http://www.acrod.org/metropolitan/own-words/homilies/dormition-2010
I suppose you also take issue with St. Gregory Palamas, Archbishop of Thessalonica in his Sermon on the Dormition of the Virgin Mary found on the main webpage of Metropolitan Jonah's Orthodox Church in America:
"It is obvious, moreover, that She will never cease to benefit all creatures through all the ages to come. I speak not only about the creatures we see around us, but also of the chief commanders of the heavenly hosts, the bodiless and celestial hierarchies, It is only through Her that they, and we, are united to God, and touch the Intangible. Isaiah shows this clearly: he saw that the Seraphim did not take the coal from the altar directly, but held it with tongs, by which he touched the coal to the lips of the prophet to purify them (Is. 6: 6)." http://oca.org/fs/sermons/sermon-on-the-dormition-of-the-virgin-mary
If you are searching for a path to theosis which leads not through, or together with the prayerful intercession of the Birthgiver of God, I suspect you sir, are searching in vain.