You've probably seen the letter which the Anglican Bishop of London has written to his clergy concerning the Eucharist, and especially the practice on the part of those who use the Roman Missal in their parishes. His Lordship isn't pleased that this has taken place in the past, and he is making it clear that he doesn't want it to continue. What makes this especially interesting is the fact that nearly all of those presently in the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham used the Roman Missal while they were still Anglicans — and indeed, it probably was one factor (among many) which led to them seeking full communion with Rome. You can read Bishop Chartres' letter here, or if you don't want to read the whole thing, the pertinent section is reprinted on the Ordinariate Portal.
There is a response to Bishop Chartres, written by Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith, which appears in the Catholic Herald. Fr Lucie-Smith titles his essay, "The Bishop of London is right about Anglicans using the Roman rite," and he makes several interesting and important points.
This makes for an interesting discussion. Is this, as the Bishop of London says, a "pastoral unkindness" on the part of Anglican clergy towards their people, when they use the Roman rite? It's a fascinating question, and something of a dilemma for those Anglican clergy who continue to use the Roman liturgy. Obviously, those who are in the Personal Ordinariate are now in full communion with the Catholic Church, and use it with the approval of the Holy Father, but it would be interesting to hear their thoughts about this.