The Bishops standpoint appears to be "You may have either form of the Mass provided it's the Ordinary Form" (apologies to Mr Ford). They need to observe the Holy Father's guidance on the issue and commence making plans to ensure that every parish that wants the Latin Mass may have it. And those that do not want it are educated into its origins so that, over a period of time it is introduced to them and becomes part of the norm.
It is totally unacceptable for a priest to say: "I don't/won't say it." It is rather like saying that they will no longer hear Confessions or catechise converts. The celebration of the Mass in all its forms should not be optional, it is part of our liturgical menu....no one can say "It's off today."
Let's face it, the carte du jour is a pretty limited one, here are the basic choices:-