So, I am really sorry that I have not replied to my own thread in so long, but my internet was not working. So sorry.
But thank you all for your replies, they were helpful(I got to read 4 of them before the internet quit on me). And I can still use them since I have not completely told everyone who needs to be told.
So here is an update:
Last Sunday I went to the Episcopal Church and I told the Sunday School Director, and we didn't have much time to talk then. So, we arranged to have coffee today, which we did. We had a nice, long, two hour conversation that went pretty well. Basically, I told her what Orthodoxy teaches and answered her questions and told her what I didn't like about the Episcopal Church(though this was only because she asked me). She actually is very supportive and shares many opinions with me in regards to the Episcopal Church. She said that she wanted to talk to me because she wanted to know that I was converting to Orthodoxy because I wanted to get closer to God, not because I was rebelling or something. She was actually really happy that I had decided to commit my life to God. So actually it was quite nice, to know that she cared that much. We actually will have coffee again in a few weeks and I'll tell her how things are going at the Orthodox church. She even wants to know when I'll be chrismated so that she can come see. As for telling the priest, I haven't done that yet, though I have tried. But everytime I try to talk to him, he is too busy. Though that has pretty much been the story of my entire relationship with him, he's "too busy". So I will try to tell him ASAP and the Christian Education Director has said that she won't say anything to him, though he'll know by next Sunday since she will tell my Sunday School class that I am converting to Orthodoxy.
Oh, and as for where my Episcopal priest stands doctrinally, I think he is middle-of-the road. He isn't conservative, but he isn't a huge liberal either. I am anticipating that he will be mildly opposed to my conversion and might try to talk me out of it. He probably has experience with Orthodoxy too, since he lived in Alaska a long time and speaks fluent Russian(as well as Yup'ik, Inupiaq, German, and some biblical Greek)...
Things at the Orthodox Church are going great. I have since started going to the Inquirer's class and I've talked to the priest a bit about where I'm coming from and how I want to become Orthodox, though we need to talk more. Interestingly enough, the Orthodox priest at the church I go to is himself a convert from the Episcopal Church, as are many at that church. It's a cool place.
One thing I am mildly concerned about though is toll houses. The priest in the Orthodox Church said that they are real and that most Orthodox believe in them and that all the Church Fathers believe in them. And he recommended Seraphim Rose's book "Life After Death" as a good book to find out what the Orthodox church believes regarding what happens after we die. I could be wrong, but I thought toll houses were not mainstream Orthodoxy and that most Orthodox consider "Life After Death" to have a lot of errors in it...Could someone clear this up?