It is purely coincidental that this modern Ultramontane art piece resembles the Krystal Katholic Kathedral above--it must have been a premonition of what I would post later in the day above!
The Holy Father has been modeling for pastors the way the Mass of Pope Paul VI should be celebrated. When you hear Rome speaking of "pastors" you shouldn't be seeing in your mind's eye, Father McDonald or any other "pastor" or "priest" of the Catholic Church. You should be seeing "Bishop" for the word "pastor" when Rome refers to "pastors."
What you have not seen Pope Benedict XVI modeling for anyone is the Extraordinary Form of the Mass for the Holy Father knows that the Ordinary Form of the Mass is precisely that, the Ordinary, normal form of the Mass and as valid and truthful as any Mass in the Catholic Church both in the East and in the West.
What do we see the Holy Father modeling? I would suggest not only viewing his "modeling" at the Vatican, but on his trips/pilgrimages outside of the Vatican to ordinary parish churches in Rome and his visits abroad. I will be very interested in photos of his African Masses in Benin, West Africa.
But let's look at Papal Liturgies at Saint Peters. The Mass is as dignified as you can have and it is the Ordinary Form of the Mass. There is the use of Lay Lectors both male and female for the Scriptures as well as readers, and multiples of them, for the Universal Prayers (General Intercessions).
The Mass when the Holy Father travels is always facing the people but with the so-called "Benedictine" altar arrangement.
The music is diverse. I watched the Holy Father celebrate Mass about two years ago in a rather small parish at the outskirts of Rome. It looked and sounded like many parish Masses around the world except it was in Italian. But there was a "contemporary music group" to the left of the altar which included guitars. There were altar girls as well as altar boys. Believe me, if the pope did not want altar girls at one of his Masses, his MC would have made sure there were none just as he makes sure that the altar does have the Benedictine arrangement.
For those who are more rigid in how the Mass should be celebrated or who would prefer only the EF Mass, I say that is your right; but you also have to live in the real world of the Church just as the Holy Father does and has done so gracefully over the years.
Look to Rome. Become ultramontane.