Trishie is right, of course. I guess everybody agrees about that.
So, then the question is, roughly speaking: What kind of Mass is best for us, or for an individual?
It sounds to me like you’re learning about your heritage, a religious and cultural inheritance to which you are entitled. It’s yours; it’s ours. So, no, there’s nothing at all wrong with you.
Look, I view myself, above all else, as an heir duty-bound to hand on what I have received. (Cf. 1 Cor 11:23) I’m a son, a father, a programmer, a birder, a bookworm, etc, etc. But, above all else, I’m an heir to our religious and cultural tradition. When people take large parts of that away from us and substitute their banal innovations, “reforms,” etc, I don’t like it at all. I feel deprived, not to say cheated or ripped off.
I mean, it’s easy enough to acknowledge the general point that the details are not what matters, that only the essence of the Mass matters, ultimately. Sure. But one still wants to ask why: Why have they done this to us? Especially when their innovations and “reforms” contravene Church rules, who in the . . . flark do they think they are? Dude, where’s my Church?
Also, consider what Summorum Pontificum is really all about. B16 determined and proclaimed that every Priest is entitled to say Mass in the old way in large part so that people would become aware of the spectacular heritage of which they have been deprived by disobedient Priests. That’s why the “progressives” hate it so much.
Traditional Latin Mass: Translation and Grammar