Correction: You don't hear from "the" quiet SSPX'ers, you hear from "some" quiet SSPX'ers.
Since neither of us knows how many belong to the "some" versus how many belong to the larger "the," this is a silly thing to point out.
Given your fairly well-known status, and your less-than-complete acceptance of the SSPX, it's no surprise that you've found quite a few people who agree with you.
Actually, it's always a surprise to me. Especially when the people who do quietly or privately throw in their "me too" vote belong to SSPX chapels. The point is, in contrast to what Daniel said above, my speculations are not baseless or uninformed. There are not a few souls in the SSPX right now who are waiting for this reconciliation to take place, and will be very disappointed if it falls through (disappointed, even, to the point of withdrawing their support for the SSPX); on the other hand, there are also plenty (usually the more vocal ones) who think it's not time for reconciliation, and if Fellay decides otherwise ... well, like I said, either way it turns the situation is coming to a head, and there will almost certainly be repurcussions.
It's unfortunate that they cannot simply trust the good and holy priests of the SSPX, their pastors, who have never yet led them astray, but such is life I guess.
What's even more unfortunate is that they cannot trust their diocesan priests, bishops, and the Pope - which is ultimately the goal in the end.
Tradition_in_Radice, you should check in every now and then with Chiesa, http://www.chiesa.espressonline.it/index.jsp?eng=y - Magister usually provides pretty good analysis of what's going on in Rome. And by the way, where have you been for the last few weeks? :smile: Sodano is out, Bertone is in. Thank God.