The PNCC was formed for bogus reasons, and I am not surprised with the direction they've gone.
What direction would that be?
Joining the Anglican Communion, Old Catholics, etc, rejecting original sin, accepting contraception and divorce, optional private confession, and now seeking re-communion with Rome while keeping their ways. In a nutshell, being convenient Catholics, a common direction of all breakaway churches.
Just the opposite actually. The PNCC has been fighting against innovation.
For example, they terminated their inter-communion with the Episcopal Church in the United States in 1978, in response to its decision to ordain women to the priesthood. Similarly, the PNCC is now no longer in full communion with the Old Catholics, owing mainly to the latter's decision to ordain women to the priesthood.
What's more, I believe it was mentioned on an earlier thread that the PNCC has rejected the filioque, Papal Infallibility, and Papal Supremacy.
Other than having married Bishops, the PNCC is very traditional.