I love the Roy/Riza stuff. You're kind of never sure where they really are. Maybe they're not sure either.
I do think FMA gets a bit violent at times, and I still have a mother that feels the need to comment on every "dammit" spoken in every show I watch, but really it's a pretty good story, and I also appreciate that it isn't very sexual (though my eyebrows did go up the first time I heard there was a character named LUST in the story- it's pretty funny now...). And I love to read the little comments by Arakawa that bookend the volumes.
Well, I tripped on down to my local library. I've been getting a few FMAs from inter-library loan for months, but with waiting lists 8 deep, it's often easier to just buy it every month. However I found a much-expanded manga section from the last time I bothered to look, and came home with first volumes of Inuyasha, Neon Genesis Evangelion, and Fruits Basket. Figured if they had the whole set, it wouldn't be too difficult to read through them rather quickly.
Fruits Basket- it's an interesting premise. Not sure I like the shojo look, especially around the eyes (vacant, vacant eyes!), but it's a nice break from the endless blood & guts Bleach offers, and promises to be good. I started Inuyasha (volume 2, actually)- it's surprisingly more morbid than I thought. Haven't read EVA yet.
At this point, I doubt I'll find anything as good as Fullmetal anymore. It's hard to get that combination of humor, trajedy, intelligent philosophy, and action, and particularly with an art style I love. The anime was particularly gorgeous- the characters had a "fullness" to them that anime often lacks, and their keyframe animators were REALLY good.