I have noticed a great deal of support for the Latin Mass (or parts of the Mass being said in Latin) in this forum. As a South African, I can say that any Latin in the Mass is quite a rarity here. But then, on the other hand, so are the abuses of the liturgy and Eucharist that have also been complained about in this forum.
In a country where the emphasis is still heavily on mission work and working with the physically sick and poor, I suppose we are only too happy to be able to celebrate mass in our own home languages (there are 13 official languages in South Africa), thereby ensuring that the meaning of this most holy sacrifice is being properly understood.
Would it be fair comment to say that in the US today, the move towards Latin in the mass is a reaction of those who hold to the traditions of the church against those who seem to want to move away from those traditions.
I am just concerned that in trying to stop these liturgical abuses, you may move to the other end of the spectrum, where Mass becomes a celebration which is not accessible to Joe Catholic.