Indeed, and we're seeing a very real struggle for dominance in world Anglicanism developing between the UK/US/Canada and Africa/Australia. (As, of course, you know!) But I would argue that if the latter camp wins an unconditional victory, there would be no "Anglican Communion" at all. The colonial vintages of Anglicanism—including the American and Canadian—are somewhat impure. Groups like The Secker Society recognize that a resurgence of a truly orthodox Anglicanism would mean a resurgence, too, of identification with the English Church, its culture and politics. Our only hope of maintaining "orthodox Anglicanism" outside the C of E is by preserving the C of E itself in our national churches until Canterbury comes 'round again and asks for its heritage back.