Given the nature of the Church today being moved by Pope Francis to "synodality" and subsidiarity, we will see more and more fragmentation of the liturgy according to tastes and cultures. This is sad in a world that continues to shrink because of quick transportation and instantaneous communications.
Given how close we all are today, one could only imagine how strong the Church would be with a Latin Liturgy uniformly celebrated in the Latin Rite no matter what country or language group. But alas!
To keep our sanity, we have to accept change and poor directions from management. This will chasten us and keep us humble, truly humble.
This is what we have to accept:
1. The Extraordinary Form of the Mass is a viable option as laid down by Summorum Pontificum and the letter of the law should be followed concerning its implementation.
2. The Ordinary Form of the Mass is the normal form for about 99.9% of all Latin Rite parishes. Vernacular for it is here to stay, so are lay ministries which include women--these things will not change and are a part of this "rite".
3. The Ordinariate's Missal, which in fact is another version of the vernacular OF Mass has some revisions which should be adopted by any future reform of the OF Roman Missal:
A. its calendar
B. its appendix allowing for the options of the PATFOTA, Traditional Propers, EF's Offertory Prayers, the trice said "Lord I am not worthy..." enhancement of rubrics for the Eucharistic Prayers more similar to the EF, kneeling for Holy Communion and ad orientem
When it comes to the style of music in the Latin Rite's OF, local bishops' conferences need to take charge and do what Vatican documents have called for for years. The biggest would be something from the 1800's that liturgical and religious words should not be set to secular tunes. In the 1800's this meant the concert Masses that were meant to be for concert use, not liturgical use--the great Masses of the greats of that time. But these concert Masses were dragged into actual celebrations of the Mass.
Today, it should be secular tunes, like Broadway ditties, jazz, heavy metal, rap, gospel and the like which are meant for entertainment not worship.