There is so much fodder in Brian McCall's article.
Without going point by point, I guess we'd be best off just asking if Mr. McCall was hired to write this article? Is Mr. McCall a Traditional Catholic? Does he assist at an SSPX chapel?
Does the author think the SSPX becoming regularized is a good idea? If so, why? Does the author understand the difficulties the SSPX would face if they were suddenly under the jurisdiction of a local new bishop? The SSPX is a small organization and often has indult masses established nearby by a new bishop merely for drawing Traditional Catholics away from the SSPX and into the indult so, once regularized, isn't it likely that the new bishop will declare the SSPX superfluous? (Side note: Once the SSPX is considered superfluous, would each individual SSPX Priest have to reenact the Heroic Bravery of Archbishop LeFebvre? If this bravery was present, would the funds required for a legal defense be available?)
Is the article deceptive? Does it discuss issues that are ancillary?
Does the article introduce terms unfamiliar to most readers only to be mishandled by the author?
Does the author use a method that is conducive to the machinations of a court room where the most crafty are often successful but, likewise, is a poor method to ascertain the truth?
So much fodder in Mr. McCall's article.