The implications of the 2005 Synod on the Eucharist are still being worked out, apparently the Congregation for Divine Worship are still debating proposition 23, of which many, many bishops were in favour.
Proposition 23The is if the Sign of Peace were moved what would be the form of the Communion Rite? Some people claim the Our Father always ended with Sign of Peace saying the two things entered the Roman Rite at the same time - though not the Ambrosian Rite where it precedes the Offertory.
The Sign of Peace
The greeting of peace in the Holy Mass is an expressive sign of great value and depth (cf. John 14:27). However, in certain cases, it assumes a dimension that could be problematic, when it is too prolonged or even when it causes confusion, just before receiving Communion.
Perhaps it would be useful to assess if the sign of peace should take place at another moment of the celebration, taking into account ancient and venerable customs.
Presumably the Our Father will stay but what about the "Deliver us, Lord" with its reference to "give us peace in our day"?
It would be strange to have the prayer, "Lord Jesus Christ, you said to your Apostle my peace I give you, my peace I leave you ...". What about the Agnus Dei, with it reference to "... grant us peace"?
So what might we be left with? Presumably
the Our Father,
maybe the "Deliver us Lord",
some prayer at the co-mixture,
maybe the Agnus Dei,
the "This is Lamb of God..."
the priest's preparatory prayer(s) before Holy Communion
the "Lord I am not worthy..."
followed by Holy Communion
It is quite similar to the Usus Antiquor Low Mass, isn't it?