Well, on the one hand, some of this alphabet soup is getting cleaned up. The REC is now part of ACNA, and let me tell you, if women priests are an issue there, seeing the heirs of Bishop Cummins under the same roof as Bishop of Forth Worth is at least as strange. TAC is mostly disappearing into the ordinariate. I get the impression that the CEC is headed more into being yet another pentecostal group.
The flip side of this is that a lot of the continuers are extremely shy of church structure. I remember visiting Holy Cross Linthicum in the days before they bought their building, and encountering a group of visiting continuing clergy at coffee hour. One of them, a deacon from I don't recall which group, said flat out that they were completely uninterested in any kind of union among their various groups, because that was after all how ECUSA had made such a mess of their own house.
The final thing to consider is that the Three Catholic Dioceses managed to survive in ECUSA for thirty years after official ordination of women began. It may seem bizarre that Anglicans are willing to and indeed work around such difficult theological differences, but that's what we are.
Yes, I remember at the time being pleasantly surprised and encouraged to hear the REC was in talks with what would become the ACNA. Had Jefferts-Schori's antics not gotten me into studying the canons from the Apostolic Constitution through Ecumenical Councils (google being a dangerous research partner if you don't want to go chasing rabbit trails!) Metropolitan JONAH's words might not have had quite the impact on me they did and I might still be a Broad-High Church Anglican today.