Well, not sure if I can help, but I live 80 miles from a FSSP parish I would register in if I were able to attend mass there every Sunday. I only go if I'm in that locality on a Saturday or Sunday. This fraternity is much more widespread and growing. In their presence, I consider their rite to be no less than the privilege of being in the personal presence of the Blessed Sacrament in Eucharistic Adoration. This because my feelings is no different than those expressed by St. Peter Julian Eymard in his Eucharistic Adoration. Indeed, if it is not possible to visit a perpetual Eucharistic Adoration, one should attend a FSSP High Mass. Their beautiful schola and ancient music has one absorbed and not distracted.
Oh! Yes, Lord Jesus, come and reign! Let my body be Your temple, my
heart Your throne, my will Your devoted servant; let me be Yours
forever, living only in You and for you!
I get no such feeling in a NO mass with guitars playing and hand waving, etc.