First, let me say that I like Traditio. I know the writing there can be sensationalist at times, but they are some of the most apparently fierce defenders of not only correct DOCTRINE, but of encouraging people IN ACTUAL PRACTICE of Catholic devotion.
Too many 'trad' sites seem to be overrun with people that are simply out to justify themselves by means of memorizing some phrases from encyclicals.
Second, let me mention that I have THREE churches in my town alone (by this, I mean Catholic churches), let alone the ones within a few minutes' drive.
I would say that the VAST majority of them are 'Novus trad', at least to some degree, meaning that they stick to the text and rubrics that are most faithful to the latest NO missal. I cannot personally think of any seriously harmful innovations or scandalous sacrileges (so to speak) against the NO's standards (which are admittedly loose).
The parishes near me simply have the priest, the laypeople handling the species, communion in the hand, etc... all the typical stuff that most old ladies think is reverent and respectful.
These parishes haven't celebrated a 1969 Paul VI service since probably the 80s. I remember, vaguely, a mass ad orientem at our town's largest church from when I was VERY small (all I remember is seeing the priest in the chasuble kneeling at the altar with no table in front; it had been moved as far as I remember, because there are photos from before I was born that show the table). I don't even know of a church in my area or anywhere near me that still uses the original Paul VI service. Does ANYONE, anymore?
This, in a nutshell, is why I believe the NO to be so wicked and deadly. It's NOT because there are violations of Canon Law and of solemnly promulgated Papal decrees... it's because all of those violations are being FLAUNTED as the day-to-day TYPICAL Novus Ordo service and parochial atmosphere.
Put simply, there's not a single shred of evidence in these parishes that anything even WAS different TEN years ago, let alone 50 or 200 years ago.
I hate, more than any liturgical innovation, more than any so-called 'progress', the fact that the poor souls in these parishes are being starved not only of the chance to participate in the true worship of Christ, but starved of any sense of their place in history.
If they only knew what has been denied them for so long, I believe they would revolt and major changes would come about.
Hmmm... time to print some fliers.
Immaculate Heart of Mary, triumph soon.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on us.