The Latin Mass Society is running a course on the Mass of the Blessed John XIII for priest ordained less than 10 years ago, see here, a few of us older (how that hurts) priests decided we would organise something ourselves with a priest who was formerly a member of the FSSP. I know some will celebrate the older form of the Mass and others just want to understand what all the fuss is about and use the Extra-Ordinary, as the Holy Father intends, to enrich their celebration of the Ordinary celebrations. Very little has been finalised, but if you are a priest who doesn't qualify for the Merton College gathering leave your contact details one way or another.
I had dinner with a couple of older priests, heading towards retirement, who were both ordained and celebrated Mass according to the older form, they both said that they were looking forward to being able to do so again. It surprised me a bit as both are not quite known for their ars celebrandum, one said, "I simply want to do what is in the mind of the Church". The other just spoke of the nostalgia that he had for the missal that had fostered his faith and born fruit in the holiness of the men and woman of his youth and was the inspiration for his vocation, I was very moved by what he said.