One of the things i happen to miss from chag in America is the chanting during Bircat Kohanim. Before the last word of each pasuk, they chant for a while. (Some people use this time to say a prayer against bad dreams.)
It seems to me that people living in Israel also deserve this chance. If every day is too often, why not just on chagim?
I don't recall hearing this done at all in Israel, even on chagim. Anyone know why not?