The problem is O'Sensei's Aikido is splintered. The students of O'Sensei went out and taught their own version of Aikido and then their students went out and taught their own version of Aikido, etc. This continues as more people learn and teach their own version of Aikido.
It is human nature to put your own spin on the things you learn and teach others. It happens in all phases of life.
There is no total group remedy that will bring Aikido back to O'Sensei Aikido.
As an individual you can cross train in as many different styles of Aikido and variations inside those styles by attending many different dojos. Even this will not get you O'Sensei's Aikido but maybe closer.
You are going to have to be satisfied with developing your own Aikido.
After all that is what O'Sensei did.
Agree (I think)...but no harm at all in refocussing on the end game and revisiting all your Aikido resources to see if theres something you missed the first time through.
Thats the cool thing with this 'Hidden In Plain Sight' stuff...until your mind is ready to see it...you just can't see it.
And then suddenly the penny drops, you learn something new...and then realise it was there all along.