Well, I read the WT and went to meetings almost all my life. I had lots of free time for the ministry because I wasn't allowed to go to college. I had freedom from confusion because I was so indoctrinated I "had all the answers." I had freedom from having to juggle my schedule, because I didn't have any association outside of the congregation. Oh yeah, I was free from the stresses of a great career because I didn't have any training or education. You don't know how rewarding it is to work in a bread dough factory for $6.90/hour until you try it!
Bleh. There is a reason so many of the stories on here are negative. If they were good, we would still be there. But this is an organization that takes away your critical thinking, takes away your money (or your chance to earn decent money,) takes away your time, and takes away your freedom. You spend your entire life waiting for the future, instead of living in the present.
I hope you stay on this board and learn the other side of the story... especially about the WT literature. You could start here: http://mypage.uniserve.ca/~renford/persuade.htm#prop
It's an essay about propaganda as utilized by the Watchtower Society. Read the rest of the page too.