Insofar as Orthodoxinfo is concerned, I say to take some of it's content with a grain of salt, because it may provide links to "world Orthodox" sites, and at the same time it has articles on there which are directed against them, or their practices.
Don't get me wrong I like the fact that the mission has no pews. Big plus as I find pews contemptable things that aid laziness more often then being there for those who really need them, which is why there are benches to the side at the mission I attend.
I would not pay so much attention to pews. Just because a church doesn't have pews doesn't mean it's the church you shoudl go to. Many old calendarist churches have pews too, and I bet that nobody would go in there and scold them for having pews and say that because they have them somehow they are "less" Orthodox.
And I just wonder if I am in the right Archdiocese, New Calendar or no.
I put a lot of thought into that as well before I converted, but do not think that if you decide to go to an old calendar church all of these quirks will disappear. Perfection is not something to seek out when looking for a church, because if there was a perfect church nobody would be able to go!
Find a church in which you are comfortable and not putting so much emphasis on externals like pews and such. I did the same thing when I Was looking Orthodoxy, found the local churches, then did some research and bumped into some old calendar sites and soon enough I had my own idea about what Orthodoxy should be and I wasn't even Orthodox!
Just because a church is on the old calendar and may not have pews doesn't mean it's more
Orthodox than the new calendar pew lined church with the beardless priest.
In fact the 'hard-liner zealot' Old Calendarists hate the website
You will discover soon eough that some of these groups have the same feelings towards everyone that is not associated with them.
Christ be with you on your journey to Orthodoxy.