Ah, Grace and Peace. I've been Anglican (if you were interested in Protestanism, Anglicanism is the way to go, it's a beautiful faith), Eastern-rite Catholic, and a Reform Jew before I finally made a decision to practice and eventually formally convert to Holy Orthodoxy. It's a gentle and beautiful faith, with a lovely liturgy, friendly people, and a welcoming spirit. We are here to worship God, and we don't judge anyone, because we are all here because we are in need of healing by Christ our Divine Physician.
I would highly recommend Eastern Orthodoxy because she has upheld the seven Ecumeunical Councils, and is relatively unchanged since the time of the apostles. Oriental Orthodoxy is an interesting faith, but doesn't uphold several of the Ecumeunical Councils.