Everyone seems to have their own opinion about how the Mass should be celebrated, and therein lies the problem. Christ is, it would seem, whoever you want Him to be. The connection between the Liturgy and the Person of Jesus is all too frequently lost among the mob's political preoccupations, the mob that fashions the Liturgy in its own image.
Appreciation for the details—the very necessary details—is a lost consideration among the liturgically challenged. Appreciation for nuance is mired in narrow provincialism or, in the case of progressive know-nothings, recreated in the image of the 'whatever-goes' parish nazi.
Consuetudo sine veritate vetustas erroris est. Custom without truth is simply error grown old. — Saint Cyprian of Carthage. Letter to Pompeius, 73/9.
Forget the "inculturation" paradigm; it's part of the problem. Jesus is obscured by our petty or trite convictions that reduce the Mass to an image of 'me', or worse 'my (twisted, narcissistic, hedonistic contemporary) culture'. Is it too much to ask that, rather than reinventing the Mass from week to week, the Mass be celebrated coherently with a mind to Tradition, the same Tradition received from the Apostles?