Sorry, I don’t have “sources” handy, but I will offer the following:
The surviving “geographical” Rites are:
*]Ambrosian (in the ancient ecclesiastical Province of Milan which is not co-extensive with the present Archdiocese of Milan and even extends into part of Ticino in Swizterland). It currently exists in an OF-equivalent as well as the original (its EF-equivalent. There are several churches that offer the traditional version. The Archbishop is less than an avid supporter, but within the past year, the PCED clarified that Summorum Pontificum applies equally to all Western Rites, so the traditional Ambrosian is now able to be offered more freely.)
*]Mozarabic (This underwent a “reform” that was finalized in the mid-1990s (I think). From what I understand, it was more of a true “restoration” than a Novus Ordo-type change. Several years ago, the Benedictine monks of Santo Domingo de Silas petitioned for, and were granted, use of it, so it’s use again extends beyond Toledo).
*]Bragan (As far as I know, this did not undergo a post-conciliar “reform” and I’m told that it was rarely seen in the past 40+ years. In the wake of Summorum Pontificum, however, it seems to have made a come-back as the regional equivalent of the EF.)
*]Lyons (This one survived Trent, as it was the one direct branch of the Gallican that had remained in continuous use for over 200 years at the time, and continued in use until the Novus Ordo. I’m told that it has begun to reappear within the ecclesiastical Province of Lyons in the wake of Summorum Pontificum)
*]Sarum (Although it did not survive Trent, I gather that it is occasionally used in the UK by special indult, so I will include it here.)
The surviving Rites proper to the Orders are:
*]Carthusian (The General Chapter ordered a “reform” which, I believe, was completed in the mid-1980s. I don’t know the extent of the “reform” but I think the reformed Missal supplanted its predecessor.)
*]Dominican (use of the traditional Dominican Rite is allowed at the discretion of the Prior Provincial. The Western Province in the US (among others elsewhere including, I believe, the UK) does permit it. It has no post-conciliar version.)
*]Cistercian (the traditional Cistercian Rite was recently reprised by Mariawald Abbey in toto, and I’ve heard that other Abbeys also use it, although not exclusively. I don’t believe there is a post-conciliar version.
*]Carmeltie (The traditional Carmelite Rite was never suppressed, although it has, most unfortunately, been unused and in a state of suspended animation since the 1970s. Again, no post-conciliar version.)
*]Norbertine (The Norbertine Rite survived Trent but was abandoned by vote of the General Chapter of the Order shortly thereafter. As far as I know, it could (in theory, at least) be revived the swame way, but I am unaware of any movement in that direction.)
Each of the above does differ from the Roman Rite, some more, and some less. A google search will give some comparative listings.
I don’t know if any of the above is helpful, but it’s what I can offer.