I've recently spent a lot of time creating a logo for my website using basic text layers with blending options in Photoshop CS5. I'm aware that because all of my layers are text, I should be able to (theoretically) resize everything inside photoshop and get a good image. This isn't quite the case as the blending options need to be adjusted after a resize - however a resize is certainly possible using a little effort.
I am now trying to find an easy way to convert all of these simple text layers with blending options (which are simply just gradient overlays and shadows (inner and outer)) to a vector format (something I can play with in illustrator). I want it in this format simply so that I can have a version which can be dynamically sized and look "exactly" the same (whereas in Photoshop when resizing, the human element of adjusting blending values makes things look a little different).
How can I do this? (Preferably with ease - however I'm willing to go quite some way to get it done)