I know that davening should not be rushed. However, inevitably, it seems that it is, in many shuls. Weekday morning shacharit, in particular, seems to be the most rushed as people have to commute to work and are bound to transit schedules and such.
I have seen some shuls publish "internal rules" regarding how long each part of Shacharit should take. In one shul, I have heard that they want Psukei D'Zimra to take 20 minutes, and they have actually asked a Shat'z to leav the bima if the Gabbai felt he was "shacharacing" (that's my made-up term ... like it?)
A few people in my shul have asked that such a schedule be published so that both the Shat"z and daveners get a sense of what is considered an "ideal" amount of time for various sections of weekday Shacahrit as well as, perhaps, Shabbat services (excluding drashot time, as they already have a fixed time for this, and it can be better controlled.)
I am unaware of any published work in this area, and I have no concept, myself, on how I could compile something like this. What's considered "too fast" or "too shleppy"? Any ideas on how I could figure this out, or should I just leave my shul and find another place without such meshuga'at? I really like my shul, otherwise.