Sam and Bethany Torode (now back to Bethany Patchin). Evangelicals who once held Roman Catholic views on contraception and espoused JPII's theology of the body, then converted to Eastern Orthodoxy (Sam once wrote an excellent little article which described the worship at a tiny Greek parish in WI that my wife and I used to attend when visiting my wife's mother - in the article Sam describes moving from a convert Orthodox parish to a cradle Orthodox parish, it was around that time the Torodes publicly ditched the pro-NFP sex position, pun intended), then divorced and are now both liberal Protestants in Nashville. Quite a story. You can read about it here. I wish there were more details. I also wish them well.
Read somewhere that Bethany got in trouble with the piety cops for going to a priest that wasn't her regular confessor. On the old blog I wrote (5+ years ago now) about how many of the converts I'd seen leave Orthodoxy left Christianity altogether. American Orthodoxy is a last religious stop for more than a few who enter her, and perhaps the crisis of losing such a totalizing faith with so many cult-like microcultures on the part of people who grew up in faith-is-like-really-important-for-establishing-lifestyle-branding Evangelicalism is part of the reason that leaving Orthodoxy so often goes hand in hand with other personal crises. Removing the bong & 4 IVs that were supplying the Kook Aid can be existentially grave for some.
Icing on the cake: Sam Torode has written for Touchstone in the past and even wrote the entry for Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity in ISI's American Conservatism: An Encyclopedia (anyone want to buy my copy?). I think it only natural for a person who becomes a Touchstonista at a young age to end up in ECUSA. Its kind of like the "of course Francis Schaeffer's only son would be a Frank Schaeffer" phenomenon.
Update: Then again, there are details I'd rather not have known.