I had actually intended to delay further writing on this subject until Erev Shabbat. However, looking over the comments at Hirhurim, it is clear that Gil Student and I are treating very different concerns.
He is addressing specific points on the communal agenda in the United States.
I am discussing a different type of Post-Orthodoxy.
I am concerned with its expression through the widespread abandonent of Torah and Mitzvot by the products of the best Religious Homes and Schools in Israel.
I am concerned with its expression through the phenomenon of 'Dati Lite,' and not necessarily because of its dilution of religious observance. Rather, I see it as a direct result of the type of one or two dimensional Judaism that is taught by the rabbinic and educational leadership of our sector of society.
I am concerned with its expression through religious subjectivism; a Judaism that is more spiritual utilitarianism than human self-fulfillment through the Worship of God and the observance of His commandments.
Gil is worried about 'pushing the envelope.' I'm more concerned about the motives for doing so and how the needs of those who are doing so can be legitimately expressed, channelled or guided within the framework of Tradition (and I believe there is much room for that).
As I said, though, all of that will have to wait till tomorrow.