I'm a vegan, for animal rights issues foremost, and for environment/world health/etc issues secondary, but they're still there. Of course, I wish that everyone in the world was vegan. Not only because life would be a lot easier
but becuase I feel bad that people still eat or use or abuse animals (if not doing it themselves, at least with their money paying for it).
Does that mean I look down on anyone? No. I think the closest thing would be to say, I am very saddened by the people who say "I know this is all horrible, but I don't feel I can do anything about it," and don't try to do ANYTHING about it. (Well, I guess I sorta do look down on people who say "Animals were made for this, shut up" type of things.. but that's different I suppose..)
Anyone who looks at what's really going on in the world, and tries to do SOMETHING about it.. whether it's a little or a lot.. whether it's lessening the amount of animals they eat, stopping eating some, only eating hunted or free range, only eating eggs and milk, whatever... is A+ in my books.
As long as you can look at something going on, see that it's wrong, and do SOMETHING, even the tiniest thing, about it... that's something. That's what life is all about.
Just because I am able, for whatever our reasons, to give up more stuff than you, doesn't make you less of a good person than me, or anything silly like that. You're doing what you can do right now, and you CARE. That's what is important.
One day, when it's as easy to be vegan as to be an omni, I'll say "suck it up and go vegan already! stop jerkin' around!"
.. but until then.. do as much as you feel comfortable with, and don't be adverse to change: but do what you can do where you are right now. That's what is the most important thing to do.
Best of luck! I know you'll be a great veg.