The excellent series by Gregory DiPippo on the Pius XII reforms of the liturgy for Holy Week that was recommended here has had two further chapters added.
Signor DiPippo writes here about the times of the services. Criticism of the Traditional forms usually focuses on the ceremonies being celebrated at putatively incorrect times. Signor DiPippo demonstrates that whatever the 'correct' times were the 1956 novelties are certainly celebrated at times with even greater variance than the Traditional rites.
A further article here describes how some of the 1956 changes were dropped in the 1970-2002 editiones typicae and some of the ancient and traditonal praxis restored rather mirroring my post on 'New, New Holy Week.'
Not recommended, but of interest, is a series of photographs of the 1956 Holy Week novelties being celebrated a month ago can be found for the "Solemn Afternoon Liturgical Action" here and singing to the Paschal Candle here. They really do look very strange indeed.