I have a feeling the Muslim/Turkish uproar moved it to the backburner temporarily.
I have been following this intensely and posted a thread a few days back when things heated up again. It seems to me that this is not as simple as we might wish. Does the Tridentine Missal stay untouched or will it be updated? Is the "fix" temporary until the previous question is addressed or permanent? Unleashing chaos would be a disaster so he must have thought out every move before he began. It is like the Regensburg speech which has been misrepresented to death but which is filled with incredible insights that any scholar can recognize (and will debate!).
I have a feeling the Holy Father wants to get it right the first time. I have been reading Sandro Magister's columns and "Benedetto" tends to speak with great knowledge indicating he is at least "three moves" ahead of anybody else. That may be by virtue of his intellectual prowess and his theologian's mind.
I am ready to wait until it is done right. There is sure to be a backlash and that must be anticipated a priori. I can't see this Pope just letting things get overlooked as his predecessor sometimes did as the heresiarchs disobeyed him with impunity.
Did you note lately (see it flies under the radar!!) that he has been advocating Latin and Chant in seminaries world wide? Is that a coincidence? I think not.