In a two hour show, these people don't address their own elephant in the room.
SVs cannot deliver unity, consistency, sacraments without a 3 hour one way drive, singular leadership, specific authority.
They have had 25 years to get their act together and they haven't. The SSPX dwarves them. It's like complaining about McDonalds hamburgers and suggesting that truckers should eat Beluga Caviar and Venezuelan beaver cheese at truck stops for their health. And if they can't find those then go without.
THAT IS WHY more people don't choose SV as an option. It has nothing to do with "not having your Catholic thinking hat on". If SVs have the protection and help of the Holy Spirit then it ain't worth much, because they have been unsuccessful in growing and their behaviour as Catholics is not particularly stand-out or edifying. They are nothing special. Where is their Chartres pilgrimage? Where is their Econe?
Their numbers will go up after these canonisations but, practically speaking, they are capped by the fact that most people with children don't want to be home-aloners and drive hundreds of miles to have mass in someone's basement.
Also, it is tall order to suggest to your children that the basement or weird little church is Catholic, while a religion of half a billion so called "Catholics" who own the churches, the art, the Turin Shroud and the relics of the saints is not the Church. The SV Catholic has a choice of one mass if they have a choice at all.
If this act of Canonisation justifies SVism then rationally it justifies only dogmatic SVism. And that is a highly unattractive, and impractical position in terms of selling it to your spouse and kids.