I went through what you are going through. I tried Anglican for a while, but later on, after a lot of studying and reading (the books by Kalistos Ware are great) decided that though some of them are Orthodox at heart, the whole is not. Just my opinion. I eventually found a ROCOR Parish, and am very happy being a member of ROCOR. Though I prefer the Eastern Rite, both ROCOR and the Antiochian Orthodox Church (who are in full communion) (many in the US and Canada) both have a small number of Western Rite Parishes. I would not hesitate to attend one of these, if there is one available to you. There are some Anglican Churches that are virtually Orthodox, and if all else fails, you could attend one of these: I know I will catch h--- for saying this.
God knows your heart, men don't, and like the wise fellow said above in another posting, we all tend to favor our particular way. Sometimes you just have to take the step of faith, and let God show you if you have done the right thing. The "still small voice behind", not in front. I would avoid anything that has "Episcopal" in it's name, since the Episcopal Church went apostate in the 70's (actually before that). If all else fails, Churches of the APA (Anglican Province of America) and the Anglican Orthodox Church would be worth visiting. They aren't "perfect", but very good, probably the best of the Anglican groups. I look for them to be fully Orthodox, in time. I hope no-one calls me a heretic for this advice.
In reality, you really need to get away from the Protestant Churches. As good as some may be, they are missing a lot of the fullness of the faith.
Best wishes, and may God and His "still small voice behind you" gently direct you in the direction you should go. It is definitely worth taking that step, into the Orthodox Church.