Msgr. Jeffrey Steenson in his Pastoral Letter for Holy Week 2012 writes about his experience at the Pro-Diocese of the Holy Family's Cathedral of the Incarnation in Orlando, Florida, which he visited on Palm Sunday.
On Palm Sunday I had the great privilege of visiting one of the happy stories of the Ordinariate, the Cathedral of the Incarnation, Orlando, which has been superbly shepherded over the years by Bishop Louis Campese. Here are people who have been well catechized, with the right disposition, who have already built good relationships with the local Catholic Church, well poised to grow, and they are an excellent model for what an Ordinariate congregation can be.
I am very pleased to concur with Monsignor's assessment. The Church of the Incarnation will be a huge asset to the Ordinariate, and, upon its entrance into full communion with the Catholic Church, it is poised to grow vigorously, becoming the "anchor" of Catholic Anglicanism in the region.