Well, other things happened as a result of Vatian II besides the Novus Ordo Missae.
For instance "Lumen Gentium" which gave the Church a new relationship with the modern world -- a very unusual relationship, I must say, for a Church founded by One who was crucified by the world.
The other documents likewise had ambiguities and novelties -- carefully wrapped in Catholic statements of course -- which are anything but "clearly Catholic". They need to be thrown out, so the Church can return to the drawing board, if the documents are really needed.
The documents that came out of Vatican II are so tainted with modernist ideas, that they need to be thrown out. They are beyond salvage.
So besides the fact that the above hypothetical situation wouldn't happen, it is also clear that a "universal reverent Novus Ordo" would clash with OTHER things which came from Vatican II -- namely, universal salvation, false ecumenism, embracing of the modern (liberal) world, etc.