I had the privledge of meeting Metropolitan Phillip once. I was very honored. (for what it is worth, I am in a OCA parish; but I visited an Antiochian parish some when I first discovered Orthodoxy).
Here are my thoughts on the matter:
The Antiochians will have monasteries one day. Orthodoxy moves at deliberate pace. We measure change by the half-milennium
There wouldn't be an Orthodox Church otherwise.
The other jurisdictions will become more evangelistic.
One day (year, decade, century) in North America each jurisdiction will have monasteries, seminaries, strong evangelistic programs (each with a different twist based on the cultural origins of the jurisdiction), publishing houses etc. And the people and their bishops will say, "maybe for the sake of unity and economy (not economia, but to save money and resources) we should combine and consolidate some of these efforts.
And it will go that way for another year (or decade, or century or more) and they will then say, "Why don't we have one jurisdiction."
None of us posting here will live to see it, but it will happen.
It's the Orthodox way - ssslllooowww but sure.