Hello Ascent! Welcome!
I'm so happy you've found the Tridentine Mass, I'm sour our Lord is infinitely happier! Don't despair on the commute- many of us travel a good distance to make it to the Holy Sacrifice. If, sometimes, it is too difficult to make it, and out of your control in being able to do so, you could stay home and pray the mass and rosary by yourself, and tell Christ you offer your prayers in union with the masses being said that day. :wink: I encourage you to stick to the TLM (Tridentine Latin Mass) only, and stay away from the Novus Ordo (N.O.) as much as possible. If you do so, you will see things you've never seen before- I promise. I know I felt extremely uncomfortable with the N.O. once I'd assisted at the TLM for a few months. I'm sure you'll see what I'm talking about soon.
The SSPX is a great place to receive a valid mass. The other good thing about them is their priests are very well trained in the divine liturgy of the mass. If I could tell you to do one thing right now, its this: STUDY, and BE CAREFUL. I am not trying to scare you, but there is MUCH confusion in what we call "Traddie Land". We realize we are without a strong Pope to guide us, and, only naturally, there is much debate and discussion about many things. I encourage you to stay away from such debate and discourse, as you would be most likely prone to discouragement and possible scandal.
There are some excellent articles in "The Library" here on Cathinfo, which are absolutely free. If you're curious about what you should read, ask someone. More specifically, I would encourage you to ask the following people here via PM (once you are able to in a week) if you like, as I know they would probably suggest some great stuff: Matthew (the moderator), Hobbledehoy, Gladius_Veritatis, and Caminus (Even though he hasn't been around lately due to a project he's working on). I know these gents are good willed and intelligent and could be a great help.
I'll say a quick prayer for continued graces from God and protection from his most beautiful, Graceful Mother.