Our bishop allowed an Ordinariate priest to celebrate their Roman Missal's version of the Mass at our Pastoral Center's Chapel in Savannah.
I own a large altar missal and I love how it is set up and it is very similar to the EF's Missal. While I am happy for former Anglicans who now have a liturgy that has some of the Anglican patrimony in it, I am not asking for those additional prayers or for the use of some Elizabethan English.
What I am asking for is simply a supplement to the current Ordinary Form Missal (until it can be revised to incorporate these things into an appendix at the back of our current missal) are the following:
1. The optional use of the Prayers at the Foot of the Altar said quietly as the official Introit is chanted either in English or Latin using the Extraordinary Form of the Introit. Also the mandatory chanting of the Offertory and Communion Antiphons in addition to any anthems at this time.
2. The reordering the the Introductory Rite when the PATFOTA are used according to the Order of the EF Mass and allowing clearly ad orientem as in the EF Mass
3. The Gradual and/or tract/sequence replacing the Responsorial psalm and clearly stating this is a legitimate option to do so
4. The offertory prayers/lavabo as in the EF and in fact using the EF Cards in Latin on the altar for these prayers which are silently prayed anyway
5. The revised rubrics for the Eucharistic Prayers to include the double genuflections at the consecrations as well as after the Per Ipsum and Great Amen.
6. The trice said "Lord I am not worthy" and kneeling for Holy Communion.
7. The reordering of the dismissal rite according to the EF Mass, with the congregation kneeling for the final blessing as the priest prays the Plaeat.
My final comment: One of the reasons people choose the Ordinary Form over the Extraordinary Form, even though they prefer the reverence and predictability of the EF Mass, is that they don't like the Latin for every part of the Mass. They prefer to be able to say or sing their parts in the vernacular. We need to accommodate this desire for the external actual participation in the Mass which Sacrosanctum Concilium desired and why the vernacular took off in the way it did in the 1960's.