No, I wouldn't. I used to be Protestant. There are many wonderful, Christ loving Protestants; but, at the end of the day, the differences are such that I would not consider entering a relationship with one. For example, it doesn't matter how much their litury or whatever looks likes ours, it isn't the same. They don't have the Eucharist. As a Protestant, I had communion with crackers, various breads, grape juice; and, at one Lutheran church, white wine. The Eucharist to them is just a 'symbol' and nothing more. Even in the Protestant sects that offer communion weekly, the comunion is not the focal point of the service--it's the sermon.
I will be the first to admit that I miss some of the externals of Protestantism. For me, it's the preachin'. For others, the music. For others, the pastor's bedside manner (so to speak). However, as nice as those things are, it's the Catholic Church that has the fullness of the faith via the sacraments, Holy Tradition, Apostolic succession, etc.
Finally, I will add that all flavors of Protestantism have undercurrents of anti-Catholicism. In some places, it is right there in the open; in other places, it is more subtle. Some don't believe Catholics are Christian. Evangelical churches pour millions of dollars into mission activity in the Philippines and Latin America for a reason.
For someone whose Catholicism is important to them, I think it would be an incredibly hard road to hoe.