The bottom line is yes! Why? Because the revised liturgy is so poorly celebrated in so many places and clergy and laity have been cooked slowly in the crock pot of poor liturgy that they actually think it is good liturgy.
I did not like the fact that Pope Benedict did not codify the things he recovered for the Ordinary Form in particular kneeling for Holy Communion. Pope Francis has not continued this tradition at the Vatican Masses--this one reform if made mandatory would have been the single best "reform of the reform" bar none.
Even a hippie dippy type Mass with contemporary music that sounds like rap or Broadway ditties, or a honky tonk would be vastly improved with required kneeling for Holy Communion.
The Mass as it was celebrated by rank and file parishes prior to Vatican II did not need popes and bishops modeling how to do it. It was celebrated relatively the same from parish to parish and priest to priest.