It really comes down to,what gets you out the door to get to Mass. For me, it is that I want my kids, my wife and me to be present at Calvary continued and to receive a valid Holy Communion. The other aspects of mass are all secondary to me: community of likeminded Catholics, the sermon, gong to mass in the Rite of my ancestors, etc.
The primary consideration outweighs the secondary, so that is why I go to the eastern rites. So long as the priest is not teaching heresy, which I have never encountered at any eastern rite Church, the primary consideration for me is to keep getting to Mass and receiving Holy Communion so long as God permits me to do so.
I don’t care if the priest understands the crisis in the Church or preaches on it, (which you won’t hear in the eastern rites, since they are clueless on this point) so long as he doesn’t teach heresy against the Faith, which I haven’t seen. I keep my focus squarely on the primary consideration.