Rome is offering us a new structure. At its head will be a bishop, chosen by the Pope from a list of three Society members, named by the Society.
This is the exact scenario that +Lefebvre backed out of, in negotiations with +JPII. He didn't want Rome to be involved in picking a new bishop because he didn't trust rome to choose someone traditional.
The 3 sspx bishops will retire in 15 years or so. The new bishop for the sspx will be the only one chosen by rome. What practical problems will arise in 15 years? Let's see...
1. How can the sspx "continue as they are" with only one bishop? Will one bishop do all the confirmations? Of course not. Novus Ordo bishops will be called in to "help".
2. How will the sspx ordain priests with only one bishop? 2 bishops are ususal for ordinations (at least), so other novus ordo bishops will be called in to "help".
3. When these novus ordo bishops "help", which rite will be used - old or new? How would the faithful know?
4. What kind of training will the sspx have at their seminaries? V2 i'm sure. Old and new rites, i'm sure. Tradition and modernism together, i'm sure. 1962 missal and new latin/english hybrid missal training, i'm sure.
Etc, etc, etc. This list could go on and on and on.
The sspx will be slowly but surely "updated" and improved until, 25 years from now, it will be an empty shell of itself. That's how communists/freemasons/modernists work. Slow and steady. Patiently evil. Long term demolition planning. Same blueprint used after V2...