Which ones were not?
Serbia, Romania (very Slavic), Bulgaria.
Also, that's why I would like to have your opinions on how the "Slavic" (former communist countries) group could reorganize itself in the years to come as some countries manage to escape (or not) Russia's influence.
You assume: former Communist <=> under Russian ecclesiastical influence. And this is wrong.
IMO, the Czech/Slovak Church escaped Russian influence, same for Finland, and, probably, OCA. Maybe even Georgians.
I do not think Serbians, Romanians, or Bulgarians was under Russian influence to begin with.
is there anyone that would rather remain under that influence for considering it better than the West?
Polish Church is under cultural Russian influence for the most part and it does not seem to change. And what is "West" here?
Which is Alpo's church?
I don't think you will achieve anything with such generalisations.
How to put Poland in these groups? Mix of cradle parishes of multiple traditions with some diaspora multi-ethnic parishes here and there?
Or OCA? Like Poland but ethnic vs. non-ethnic ratio is switched, and there are also many different strong ethnicities.
Or Finland? Firstly under Russians, now under the EP.
Or Alexandria? A bunch of ethnic Greeks or Arabs and several million of fresh converts?