Hi, I’m a recent convert from the Episcopal Church.
If he wasn’t focused on problems in the Anglican Church it won’t do any good for anyone to point them out now. Focus on the positives as best you can. I didn’t care for it when the sister that ran my RCIA thought she knew something about the Episcopal Church, most of what she thought she knew was wrong.
I really didn’t care for my RCIA experience. And, I resisted the idea that I needed to be confirmed again. Eventually I got to the point that I wasn’t really being asked to renouce my confirmation, but surrender and say… ok let’s do it again. I also accepted that I didn’t have to have every single thing completely worked out. Some issues could be “a work in progress”, provided I was open.
One idea that did trip me up was that a priest could confirm, with the bishop’s permission, at the Easter vigil. Confirmation in the Anglican tradition is only by and through the bishop.
I also don’t like lay people in street clothes administering communion. At least put on an alb! And, having lay people in and out of the tabernacle is weird. I guess I’m still a work in progress on those. lol
The best part was afterwards when a whole new world opened up and I felt myelf be a part of the original church for the first time. It is great to be “home”.
I hope you can pray for him and support without pressure. And, if he isn’t ready now, let that be ok and trust the Lord to work it out as he wills.
Best wishes for your happiness