An article on the EF Mass versus the Reform of the Reform Mass makes this very true statement:
...Younger Catholics can be forgiven for cohabiting, using contraception, abusing drugs, experimenting in New Age practices, and believing only select Church teachings or none at all… — the inevitable — for Heaven’s sake, they must not believe that the traditional Latin Mass is a sensible and faithful form of worship in our enlightened post-conciliar age. Rather, despite contrary evidence, it must be held that the old Mass was once, and therefore will continue to be, a drudgery — rigid, infertile, and medieval.
With that truism stated, my own desire for the Liturgies of the Church is that all that are allowed are allowed without mockery or hindrance. By allowed, I mean what is allowed by each Missal’s General Instruction and rubrics. I am not talking about poorly celebrated Masses with inappropriate hymns or styles of music or casual, make it up as you go, liturgies.
I am very much into the reform of the reform which for me means the following listed in the order of what I think is the most important:
1. Kneeling for Holy Communion at an altar railing
2. Doing the red and reading the black
3. A greater vigilance over appropriate chant/hymns/anthems in terms of styles of music and orthodox lyrics. Most importantly, orthodox religious words should not be sung to secular styles of music like Broadway show tunes, rap, hard rock or folk.
4. Appropriate dress for altar servers, lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion meaning liturgical garments be it cassock and surpluses or simply an alb
5. Ad orientem
As it concerns the EF Mass, Summorum Pontificum should be followed to the letter of the law and the laity’s rights established by Pope Benedict must be respected by pastors even when they disagree with this form of the Mass which includes the allowance of Nuptial Masses and Requiems in this form.
With that said, my own experience with the EF Mass is that it is a “boutique Mass” meaning it appeals only to a very small minority of Catholics in any particular diocese. The Mass that needs bishops and priests attention is the Ordinary Form of the Mass and a renewal in continuity that Pope Benedict so much desired for it. It is the Ordinary Form of the Mass that needs renewal and much more so than an elite group of liturgists in the first half of the 20th Century thought the Tridentine Mass at the time needed.