Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus's new plan for the future of the Republican Party is earning generally positive marks, with big-name Republicans praising it and even some tea party backers on-board.

But for a party divided, the report doesn't look likely to quickly bridge the gap between the establishment and the more conservative elements of the party. And some conservatives are already balking over the plan's call for comprehensive immigration reform and its changes to the GOP presidential primary process.