I suspect where there is smoke there is fire and that some restrictions will be placed upon the EF Mass.
I tend not to get overly worked up about these things at my age. But what might these restrictions look like?
1. Bishops will be given authority over who, when and where this Mass will be celebrated. In reality this has already been the case but not codified.
2. We have to admit that some EF adherents have been and still are obnoxious and have to a certain extent brought restrictions upon themselves. If we wish to play the blame game, let’s begin with traditionalist who are far from traditional in their rebellion against Vatican II, their bishops and the pope. Sorry, that’s Protestant, not Catholic.
3. Pope Francis while myopic about the problems of the heterodox and their super flexibility, has consistently condemned rigid Catholic, especially priests, and has intimated that they are psychologically compromised. This indeed could be true, so let’s give the Holy Father credit at his pop pyschology diagnosis.
4. Let’s face it, EF Mass goers are a small number of laity in terms of Catholics and Mass. Ordinary Form Catholics far outnumber EF Mass goers, pure and simple and that is true in my parish and diocese.
5. Basically, I don’t think the number of Masses offered in the Extraordinary Form will be reduced and could increase if bishops are open to this Mass.
Finally, let’s improve the ordinary form. Encourage ad orientem and kneeling for Holy Communion and chanting/saying the propers.