When Disputaciones said, "I hear it all the time in the Novus Ordo, people saying how they don't "feel anything," or aren't moved...", I didn't think he was asking the membership about how they feel. While you, Matto, don't usually have any strong feelings, as you note, do you socialize after Mass or with a group of Catholics and bemoan that you just don't "feel anything at Mass"? I think this is what was being asked.
The difference between what you and AMDGJMJ said and what Disputaciones was saying is that a lot of people who attend the Novus Ordo regularly complain that the Novus Ordo just doesn't "do anything" for them. They don't "feel" anything--and that concerns them because all of the "advertising", so to speak, for the Novus Ordo is about feelings!
In general, it seems to me that most people who attend the Novus Ordo aren't really satisfied and will volunteer this to anyone who cares to hear. Of course, the Novus Ordo clergy hear this and try to make things even more lively and...well, Protestant in order to make the audience happy.
On the other hand, people who attend the traditional Mass, whether they "feel" anything or not, realize that the Mass is not all about themselves but rather about giving worship to God and they aren't concerned about how they feel.