Changing jurisdictions is not without danger. Those who leave the OCA and then decide otherwise because of the sparsity of parishes in the GOC face one year's penance upon their return to the OCA. I know several who did change jurisdictions, and they are still struggling today.
You have not changed jurisdictions. You (in secular terms) leaved one religious organisation and enterred the another one that is quite antagonistic torwards your previous one. Yet you still give some advices for members of the organisation you left.
One might suspect that you purposely give back advice and create a havoc to discourage people from the OCA.
If your intentions are sincere it'd be better if you stop discussing OCA matters either way. You do not openly criticise internal matters of the company or organisation you have just left (and previously were supporting) - some things are just not proper and in accordance with the etiquette.
Live nad let live (or let die).
I was losing my salvation in the OCA.
I do not wish that on my friends who are also struggling. However, I must give them this caveat:
Do not run away from the OCA trying to find greener pastures as you will never find paradise except in the next life.
IF my friends were to be truly fed up with all the liturgical innovations with "altar" girls/handmaidens, the Sign of Peace, and the passing of antidoron to non-believers, and IF they were to be disgusted with the ecumenism -- the OCA membership in the National Council of Churches (NCC) and the World Council of Churches (WCC), then, yes, I would say run (don't walk) to the nearest GOC parish.
If, however, they are just saddened with the forced resignations of three past Metropolitans, and do not want any more politics, then perhaps they should continue to obey their priests who urge them to be blindly obedient to the OCA Synod and keep their eyes focused on their own sins.
Nevertheless, something must be done about all the abuse that is allowed in all the OCA dioceses except the DOS, and the double standards where active open homosexuals can receive the Holy Mysteries, but pregnant ladies are penanced and almost urged into abortions.