I think this is a good idea, and both my bishop and I have written encouraging this.
Personally I am not sure that any such publications would result in any sudden movement on the part of the EO. But they do seem to be important to me. I have been interested for some years in producing a decent commentary on Constantinople 553 with cautious proposals as to how it could be 'accepted'.
I think such a work would be well received by many in the EO Church. Books like Chalcedon Re-Examined have done much to dispel certain myths about the OO (sadly, not enough have read it - I just bought my priest a copy), but I think a positive work on the OO 'acceptance' of certain latter Councils would be very conducive to bringing the two groups closer together.