(One of) the scary things is that it appears Pfeiffers strategy is to initiate a blitzkreig. Now that he regards himself as a bishop, he's going to put his hands on everyone within reach and send out ministers at the rate of rabbits... you know.
That should be obvious -- not even worth a prediction. The more priests/"priests" under him, the more glory for the Holy See of Boston, KY. And remember, he considers himself to be in a worldly fight for numbers, recognition, popularity. It's easier to call Bp. Zendejas and all the other priests "the fake resistance" when he has similar numbers to them -- or even higher numbers!
You know Fr. Pfeiffer is proud and competitive. A king over 100,000 has more glory than a king over 200.
Also, the more priests he can send out to old ladies and other desperate Trads starving for Mass (1-2 families here and there, all over the world) the more money he can bring into his coffers. He must have been hurting financially ever since his biggest draw -- Fr. Hewko -- left him. There were many locations that were "Fr. Hewko YES, Fr. Pfeiffer NO, any other random priest NO". His biggest limiting factor up till now is lack of priests. It's taken him this long to find a bishop will will consecrate him. It's a fact that he has been seeking consecration since at least 2013.
Remember, this is Fr. Pfeiffer we're talking about -- he thinks the whole world is his jurisdiction. When he plants his flag somewhere, it's his forever. Even if he abandons it. He came to San Antonio a few times in 2013, and totally abandoned the area after that. He never said Mass in Houston. Nevertheless, if you ask him today, he'll tell you Bp. Zendejas "stole" San Antonio and Houston from him. He really thinks he has "dibs" on the entire country, and even the entire world. Is he Pope now?