The main problem I see is that his thoughts on network neutrality are too far out there.
Yeah he's in like, crazy town, dude.
His only preferred solution has been to suggest that ISPs expand bandwidth capacity to handle any amount of traffic demanded regardless of cost.
Not true. I've talked with him a lot, and he's made it clear he supports both increased capacity and intelligent traffic management -- as long as it's transparent.
I think it very unfortunate that he may have more visibility in pushing his agenda.
Yeah it should really suck to have an intelligent network engineer helping consumer advocates and consumers better understand bandwidth and network topology.