I prefer attending traditional Novus Ordo masses. Is that thoroughly confusing? Not every Novus Ordo mass has guitars, catchy pop hymns or homilies where "Praise the Lord!" is exclaimed. Most Novus Ordo masses that I have attended are actually very reverent and a bit "old school Catholic". It doesn't get more traditional than "Ave Maria".
I just would like to add a couple of reflections.
I have attended some Novus Ordo masses where the music is a bit more of the catchy pop stuff - newer hymns, not always on an organ, sometimes a CD on a sound system. Actually, the CD on the sound system in one church is very traditional with professional choirs singing traditional Catholic hymns. The thing is that the more modern sound captures the hearts of the younger folks in attendance, which is not a bad thing. Something has to be done to bring younger people to Church on their own when they reach adulthood besides a once-a-year World Youth Day gathering. I don't blame a priest for bringing a beautiful hymn like "Like a Sunflower" into the mass.
The Church has a long history, and while preserving tradition is important, sometimes there are reasons for why some changes happen. As for receiving communion on the tongue, it was my understanding that much of the move to communion in the hand (and the move away from having the consecrated wine in the communion line also) related more to avoiding transmission of illness amongst the faithful gathered for Mass, something that we did not know about in pre-medieval times. I could be wrong, but that was my understanding.