“Additionally, any honest reading of the Council documents makes clear that no dogmatic teaching has changed, no ancient tradition was discarded, and great care was taken to harmonize the universal Church in its worship.”
Are you kidding? “Extra Ecclesiam nulla salus” has been discarded, the Oath Against Modernism has been discarded, Holy Communion on the knees and on the tongue, patents under the chin to catch the Blessed Sacrament, altar rails, etc.: all discarded.
By the way, the best way to “harmonize the universal Church in its worship” is a universal language: Latin.
Please cite the relevant Council documents directing us to discard the things that you note are discarded. (I teach a liturgy course and am rather familiar with Sacrosanctum Concilium—perhaps I missed something elsewhere.)