I was considering becoming a witness at one point in my life too. However, I felt that I had to really find out what was the 'right religion' first, well the right Christian religion that is. I think my wife was dissappointed when it came to light that I could never, in good conscious, become a Jehovah's Witness after learning everything that I learned.
What really gets me is how she feels like something must be wrong with ME because I chose not to be one. Either I am blinded by Satan and / or his apostates (that's the people here according to her) or I just simply do not really know everything there is to know about them.
This, in spite of the fact, that I was able to SHOW from THEIR OWN LITERATURE that Jesus is not their mediator and that their baptismal questions effectively baptize you to the organization. She says that I am not seeing this clearly. But what other way am I suppose to interpret their statements when they say, "Jesus is not your direct mediator," in spite of what the Bible says?
How can they escape the 'false prophet' charge when they've made numerous errors on their date setting?
How can they logically and reasonably justify their position on blood and blood fractions?
I guess some people just don't want to see the truth about the Truth TM .