I will wait until autumn, after all the parts are put through the grinder and squeezed into the casings. And likely there will be a wall of text that ends with "your bishop will do as he likes."
I will spite Shakespeare above and note that there is one very significant takeaway here:
Catholicism's fundamental, unbridgeable disunity.
I have been paging through this slim-but-interesting volume about Catholic disaffiliation in the English-speaking world. Based on survey responses, it analyzes what might bring back those who no longer practice.
My impression thus far is a sad one: something identified as bringing back one group is also demonstrated to antagonize another, and vice versa. Or will antagonize those who are still there.
At some level, I can empathize with a shepherd who sits inert for fear of tilting the boat so as to dump people overboard. "Let's keep as many as possible close to the sacraments," he reasons.
Then again, the reality is that people are continuing to go overboard and the trend is accelerating, thanks to the pandemic.
Here we are, and here we go.