Bishop Duncan on the Future of Orthodox Anglicanism
"had shared my sense that the battle in which we are engaged in the Episcopal Church will go on for a very long time, that there were unlikely to be any “quick fixes” or decisive actions either at the General Convention or in the systems of the Anglican Communion, and that our best course forward, remained a relentless and unyielding focus on the mission of our congregations, on our mission together as a diocese and on our missionary partnerships worldwide."
In short, for all the hopes and/or fears about what the Network will do this summer, the answer is apparently--the ACN will do little or nothing differently than it has been doing for the last three years. It remains to be seen what the result of this attempted maintenance of the status quo will be. Kyrie eleison.
P.S.- Bishop Stanton of Dallas has recently delivered a speech which also seems to take a "maintain the status quo" approach, though it is a bit difficult for me to understand exactly what the practical results of his position would be. His statement may be found here.