For example, I have to note in my profile that, although I love the "Traditional Latin Mass," I'm not a sedevacantist; I'm as much a believer in Vatican II as any other orthodox Catholic. Also, since the promulgation of Summorum Pontificum "Extraordinary Form" is an official designation of the Church, having phased out the anachronous usage of the term "Tridentine Rite," since it is virtually the only Latin liturgical form still celebrated.
If the CM staff think that these changes would make the liturgical forms more ambiguous to new members trying to select their preferred form, I would welcome them to place CM's former designations in parentheses, like so:
Extraordinary Form (Traditional Latin Mass)
Novus Ordo (Normal Sunday Mass)
Or even better, distinguish them simply on their qualitative difference, the language of the liturgy:
Extraordinary Form (Latin Mass)
Novus Ordo (Vernacular Mass)
Should I even hold my breath on this, though?