The article quotes Father Michael Driscoll of the University of Notre Dame:
It’s going to be a hard sell, but we’re going to be doing our part to help. The attitude is: ‘This is a translation, not the translation.’ ... We have to be respectful of the bishops’ committee and the I.C.E.L. and the [Vox Clara Committee], but this is probably not the definitive translation.
Another liturgist, Benedictine Father Anthony Ruff, has withdrawn his support for the Missal revisions, complaining that priests and laity were not consulted about them and that a small group was allowed to "hijack" the translation process.
Click HERE to read the entire piece. And be aware, as the first commenter to the article points out, that it fails to quote a single liturgist who has spoken out in favor of the new translation.