I agree with ozgeorge. EVEN IF there were something wrong with re-chrismation in your case -- and it doesn't seem there would be -- then the responsibility for that wrong would fall on your priest's shoulders (not yours). It is his duty and his responsibility to decide how to receive you, and it is his duty to check with his Bishop and receive approval. Your duty is simply to follow what he (and your Bishop) decide.
Many of the ancient canons call for chrismation for those who have lapsed and/or who belonged to certain schismatic/heretical groups. I am personally unaware of any official policy in the modern English-speaking Churches for cases such as yours, but it is certainly within the established practice of the Faith to re-chrismate.
Just FYI: Re-chrismation (or chrismation for one coming from a heretical group) was considered to be a penitential act in the ancient Church. It wasn't so much a RE-chrismation per se, as it was an "official" liturgical expression of the lapsed individual's repentance from error and profession of Truth. (Thus, members of some particularly notorious heresies, e.g. Nestorians and Monophysites, were even received by nothing more than a written denial of their error and profession of the Orthodox Faith).