Well, I guess that I swam down the Main since that is where I originated. My path was LCMS - WELS - Antioch - ROCOR - Serbia.
I was born in Franfurt a/M, which formally accepted the Lutheran Confessions in 1535 and remained a majority Lutheran city since then, in spite of being defeated in the Smalkaldic Wars. My mother was born in Rostock which was Lutheran since the 1530's. I probably ended up Orthodox rather than Roman due to this. There were no Roman Catholics in my family, and even the Irish strain was Protestant. Rome was quite simply the seat of the Antichrist, and that was all that was to it. My studies of Luther's works and the writings of the Lutheran theologians showed that Luther had a very high regard for the "Eastern" Church, and believed that it most closely held the teachings of early Christianity. Another influence in my life were a couple of Roman Catholic priests that had converted to the Lutheran Church. My parents became more at peace with my conversion when one of these former priests, now a Lutheran pastor, told them that if I could not be Lutheran, the Russian Orthodox Church was the most magnificent Church that I could belong to. He had been friends with a Russian Metropolitan and proudly wore a pectoral cross that had been given to him by that Metropolitan (it was the custom in the LCMS for pastors to wear pectoral crosses). My father had always called me a "crypto-Catholic" because of my love of Liturgical matters and my study of early Church writings. I already knew at a young age that I did not completely agree with the Lutheran confessions (based on my readings of the Fathers), and spurred on by the friendly words of the Lutheran writings regarding the Eastern Church, I began to read more about them. This eventually ended up with me attending an Orthodox Church. When people ask me when I actually converted, I tell them that it was the first time that I heard "Blessed is the Kingdom of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit". I was hooked then, and the rest was just a process of reeling me in.