Sauls for Presiding Bishop. I think he and Schori are the sharpest candidates: and he's very clear that he wants to move on, and has the will, clarity and sense to do so. Jenkins and Parsley will be misled by appeasing to the conservatives, who will never be happy. Alexander does not have the energy to be a reliable candidate.
I reject that there will, or should be, a compromise. The conservatives simply won't have it, and they are intractable. They are simply uninterested in sharing table fellowship, and have said that their own hubris is more crucial than God's gift of the eucharist. God bless them: let us have rituals where we say good bye to those who want to leave, and send them on their merry way. If you are in a divided church, and have parishioners who want to leave, give them a Sunday, buy a cake, and give them your blessing to go. I guarantee your church will continue to thrive because you've not only kissed the angry good-bye, you've released any anger you might have.
And then, let's critique the violence against women that is the norm in Nigeria.
fortunately, the flat-earthers in the church will find themselves frustrated.