Interesting interview of Bishop Fellay, Superior General of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X (FSSPX/SSPX), as part of the main article of the current edition of the French Catholic weekly Famille Chrétienne (entitled "Lefebvrists: Towards a Reconciliation?").
The interview is not publicly available online, but excerpts have been made available at Le Forum Catholique. There is no new information, except for the last question, translated below:
"What do you make of the beginning of his [Benedict's] pontificate?"Actions are necessary, words are not the [most] important. I shall be very reserved in my opinion. [...] But I am not disappointed. One sees that Benedict XVI is more circumspect than John Paul II, less spectacular."