if i had a reset on my background and was raised secular and buddhism didn't exist, then i would go hindu! fun stuff in that religion. lot's of parallels with buddhism. you get to meditate into probably some of the same blissful states but instead of discarding the bliss you get to believe it's union with god! totally sweet and way more rewarding than buddhism in an instant gratification kind of way. i find buddhism to be the most rewarding out there but i wish i could hold onto some of my attainments sometimes instead of just seeing everything as empty and looking for nibbana. in hinduism every little good thing can be kept as a gift from god instead of denied as another thing to let go of. but i would be doing a lot of the same stuff. so i would enter jhana and enjoy my gift from god instead of trying to make sure i don't attach to it and make sure i see it as not self and so on. do a bunch of nice things and imagine going to heaven to live with god because of my merit after death forever, instead of trying not to make merit for kammic reasons but just to do it anyway but selflessly with no intention behind it.
i find buddhism to be unbeatable and i could never do this, hence the need for a background reset. the only way i could enjoy things like i described would be to have no knowledge or memory of buddhism. as it is i find it to be completely and utterly correct that one should let go of everything and always seek the final attainment. not being buddhist isn't even an option for me.
however with my current background i will never go with a deeply faith based religious tradition. i was raised religious and the practical, self sustaining system of buddhism is the only thing i can work with as it works whether you believe in all of it or not! the methods and practices simply keep the mind healthy and strong. if it required my devotion to the buddha as a personal entity or something i couldn't get into that.
if i am still me with my knowledge and background, but the buddha shows up at my door and is like "uh... hey man... turns out i was wrong and... uh... i'm kind of going door to door and letting everyone know... you should just forget buddhism and go with something else. sorry..." (this is pretty much the only way i would quit buddhism
i would immediately jump into taoism! fun stuff there as well. really beautiful. i love zen and zen shares a lot with taoism so it would be a perfect fit. the image of foggy mountains and trees and getting back to nature is so wonderful.