Latin is only an obstacle the first few times you encounter it, at least for the liturgy. For the readings and homily, those work better in the vernacular IMHO unless we return to the practice of proclaiming the word in Latin, then reading it in the vernacular just prior to the homily. But that's unnecessary. I attend Mass at a Benedictine monastery where the word is proclaimed in French... sung in fact, in plainchant, in a very reverent manner.
There is nothing wrong with the order of the Mass of Paul VI. Nor of greater use of the vernacular, but for all the prayers and responses Latin would be fine. Surely after a while you'll catch onto what "dominus vobiscum... et cum spiritu tuo", "Sanctus, Sanctus...", "Agnus Dei", "Gloria in excelsis Deo...", "Credo...", "Pater Noster", (and let's not forget the Greek Kyrie) etc all mean. And with the help of missal translations it should be easy. I would love it when I travel, to be able to have a Latin Mass; I would have a better chance of understanding it than, say, German!!!
At our Abbey in fact, the Mass is beautiful. The Introit, Gradual, Alleluia, Offertory, Communion, and Ordinary chants of the Mass (Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Pater, Agnus) are all in Latin (and Greek Kyrie) Gregorian Chant. The readings, homily, Eucharistic prayer, and responses with the people (Le Seigneur soit avec vous... instead of Dominus vobiscum), are in French plainchant on Gregorian tones. And this is every single day of the week.
It's beautiful and reverential. You have a sense of "adoration", which I expect means that we need to ensure that the Mass is sacred and holy, and held in a sacred and holy space.
One church I sing in, had foolishly put the altar in the nave, surrounded by pews, when they had a beautiful sanctuary with marble tabernacle at the back of it, and choir benches around it, with a marble communion rail separating it from the nave. I am happy to report that the new curate had them move the altar back to the sanctuary and rearrange the pews. The next step would, IMHO, be to actually USE the communion rail, and use the high altar at the tabernacle. A man can dream... and there are other churches out there that are even worse!!!
And the EMHC... that get's to me. The whole purpose seems to be to get 'em primed, wined and dined in less than an hour. Where's the sacred? Can we not dedicate a wee little extra 20 min, for Christ? The abbey's Mass lasts 1 hour on weekdays, and 1h15 min on Sundays. A tiny extra little 15 min compared to a parish Mass.
Everything that is needed to correct the liturgy can easily be done with the current Mass.