Friends, EVERYONE'S websites are cases of 'take the good, leave the bad', except where they simply provide and support the teachings of the Church. Period.
There IS no confusion when you stop asking, 'which sede or other trad group is better than the others', and simply ask, 'who is faithful to the Magisterium and the Traditions we have received from Christ and the Apostles?'.
MHFM, SSPV and all the rest can safely be said to be traditional. You know what the Mass is; don't GO to bastardized Roncalli '62 services, or 'una cum' services that include anti-popes. Simple.
Don't attend the services of people who are in full and free communion with Rome. The SSPX, based on their track record, are probably safe for the time being; I believe each church or chapel will have to be judged on its own merits for now until this 'preamble' nonsense is finalized. It will remain to be seen whether the SSPX as an organization will remain a valid choice for Catholics.
Honestly... just ask yourself what the Church teaches, and lay off all the secondary, maybe/possibly stuff. You'll be much safer when you simply ask the Church Fathers and the successors of the Apostles what THEY thought through their writings rather than grasping at doctrinal straws like the Protestants and the Conciliar heretics do.
As I have said plenty of times before, BOD and BOB are teachings of the Church, but there is no sense in trying to figure out EXACTLY what circumstances would cause those teachings to be applicable. It is much safer to do what Our Lord said when St. Peter asked what was going to happen to the Apostle John: "What does that have to do with you? You follow ME."
It will get a LOT easier for traditional Catholics if we all just keep concentrating on the things that have ALWAYS mattered, like prayer, the Rosary, the Mass and works of mercy. Diving into all these minutiae and bickering and sniping is certainly not leading anyone to any greater sanctity.
My vote is to stick with the Fathers, the Doctors, the Saints and the Popes. I have this feeling that Our Lord wants it that way.
St. John Vianney, patron of faithful priests, pray for us.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on us.