Good points, but on a score sheet; I would take an informed dictatorship over a bunch of know-it-all laymen any day.
Indeed, this is something I love about Anglicanism.
Implementing at least a partial monastic episcopate in the Anglican and Lutheran churches is viable considering the long tradition of Lutheran monasticism in Germany and Sweden and the less ancient, but more widespread, Anglican monasticism, with many Benedictine orders. Sadly, Anglican monasticism is in decline and the Episcopalian monastery relatively near me, across the border in California*, recently closed; I thought about joining the OHC but they could have assigned me elsewhere.
*Fun fact: California is the only US state to have the appearance of an internal border with other states, because all major highways leading to California pass through an Agricultural Inspection Station.