These three groups I support enormously (the Prayer Book Society mainly because of the lectionary, the Litany, Holy Matrimony, and Morning and Evening Prayer; as far as the Eucharist is concerned I prefer the Scottish Non Juring family of communion services with the Epiclesis of the Liturgy of St. James*, or the use of the forms of the Roman Canon used in the old Sarum Rite, York Rite, Hereford Rite, Durham Rite or the Stowe Missal, preferrably in traditional English, as well as other ancient communion services, but this being said, I love the Book of Common Prayer).** So, out of curiosity, what kind of an impact are they having? Do they stand any chance of carving out an ACNA-style niche for the traditional faith? *Is there a Prayer Book Society in Scotland? ** In the case of Canada, which has probably my favorite BCP edition, I would support their Prayer Book Society on absolute terms. I like the 1662 BCP, but I am a bit too high church to support its use unconditionally.