The reason I asked, Goldminer, is that "die hard" and "inactive" just doesn't mix. You know what I mean.
Believe it or not, I know this feeling exactly. My father hasn't gone out in Service for 30 years, he misses half the meetings due to "sickness", and he got screwed out of his retirement plan, thanks to the assholes telling him when he was young that he didn't need to pay into any pension plan---Armageddon would be here long before he retired.
Yet I would also label him a "die hard" Witness. He believes that no matter what problems are going on in the Organization, that this is still "the Truth" and he absolutely believes that it's being guided by Jehovah. We had a yelling argument a couple of years ago 5 minutes after Dateline aired the pedophile problem. He started yelling at me (as though the pedophile problem was my frigging fault) saying "you're always so negative about everything in the Organization! You don't go out in Service!" I yelled back "Neither do you!!" He sort of fumbled for a minute and said "Well, not as often as I should..."
For some strange reason, even JWs who are inactive are quite often completely convinced that this is still "the Truth". I think much of it is based on the fact that no one wants to think that they've wasted their entire lives hoping for something that isn't going to happen.
I would NOT write down any questions. There's certain questions that the elders "red flag" as potential "apostate" questions. The 607 BCE/586 BCE is probably numero uno, as the whole religion is based around it. They'll definitely want to meet with you for a little chat and when they can't answer your questions, they'll start questioning YOU as to whether or not you believe this is Jehovah's Organization. They don't have to come up with any proof whatsoever to show that it is (cause they can't), but even if you come up with all kinds of proof showing that it's NOT, then your ass is grass.
Just be careful, whatever you do.