Well you are free to your own opinion. I think you conveniently overlook the fact Archbishop Job placed Mark on the Metropolitan Council and that Mark just as much if not more than Arch. Job is responsible for getting the OCA back on the right track. I think that it is also interesting that Metropolitan Jonah did nothing as Locum Tenens of the Diocese of the South to stop a defrocked priest that was accused of stealing millions from the Church from working for one its parishes and wearing a cassock to boot. I think that it is also interesting that Met. Jonah surrounded himself with Bob's and Met. Herman's inner circle ( Frs. Fester and Brum). I also find it very intersting that the Holy Synod passes a Synodical Decree that the headquarters and staff of the OCA will not be moved, period. And even though the Metropolitan assented he went on Ancient Faith Radio less than a month after stating that he was going to move the Staff and headquarters by next year. Met. Jonah may be a good man but he was erratic and could not keep his word or obligations to the Holy Synod or the officers and the Metropolitan Council. That kind of leadership is destructive. He should have resigned a very long time ago.
Metropolitan Jonah was right, it should have been moved from Syosset to Washington D.C. The Holy Synod was wrong in trying to keep the HQ in New York. The Church of Greece doesn't have their Archbishop in Athens with the HQ in Thessaloniki. Both the Archbishop and the HQ are in Athens. Or how about the Church of Russia? The Patriarch isn't in Moscow with the official headquarters in St. Petersburg.
Also, Bishop Jonah was right in his statement that he would step down in favor of jurisdictional unity in the United States. That should be the stance of all our Bishops, especially Metropolitan Philip and Archbishop Demetrios. Bishops should be willing to give up their parishes and diocese in favor of jurisdictional unity and be willing to be assigned to other, newly created diocese. Jonah's statement about being willing to give up his seat (and possibly even our autocephaly) was a God-send, and shows how he really should be kept in that position.
His strong stance against homosexuality and abortion is also a God-send and we need more Bishops with the balls to go out in public and fight the cultural waves we are facing. Just look at Archbishop Iakovos, who wasn't afraid to march side-by-side with Martin Luther King Jr.
His meetings and discussions with the conservative Anglicans is also a God-send because we need to be looking to bring them to the Orthodox Church and draw more of them towards orthodoxy period. We need to restore the legacy of St. Tikhon and others who sought to bring Anglicans to Orthodoxy. While we should keep discussions with liberal Anglicans suspended, we ought to seek out the conservative, traditional Anglicans.
So I would say that Bishop Jonah, as well as some of our other Bishops have been doing things the right way, despite what others may think.
I think we ought to examine all of our Bishops in order to see which ones stand up for Orthodoxy the strongest. We may need a leader with more consistency and leadership capacity than Bishop Jonah, but we also need a Metropolitan who is willing to be our public "face" and continue the work of Metropolitan Jonah in seeking jurisdictional unity, fighting abortion & homosexuality, seeking better relations with conservative Anglicans and centralizing our Metropolis on our nation's capital.
Obviously we can exclude Bishop Jonah from being a candidate for his own replacement (though he should be given the Diocese of the South), but we need to already examine those current Bishops who have better leadership capacities, while also being willing to continue other aspects of his work.
I'm not calling for a witch hunt to burn "heretics". I'm just calling for a closer examination of our Bishops so that we can be more properly informed so we can help choose a fitting replacement, someone who is both a good leader and has the chutzpah to continue the public work and changes Jonah was seeking.