I appreciate that he at least takes some stands, which leads to some interesting and justifiable decisions (e.g. Queen being all the way at the bottom), but also leads to some ridiculous statements. E.g "ABBA's...not a band that left much of a mark on history," which is only true if you ignore the last two decades of pop music.
I do appreciate his focus on songwriting - the fact that Joan Jett and Bon Jovi relied heavily on outside songwriters should probably count against them for this sort of thing.
Buried in the middle is his list of who should be in the hall but isn't, which isn't bad:
KC & the Sunshine Band
Joy Division/New Order
Ian Hunter/Mott the Hoople
The New York Dolls
The Doobie Brothers
Radiohead presumably haven't hit the time threshold for induction yet, and probably will get in. Roxy Music is probably the act that I'm most surprised isn't in there. Joy Division and Kraftwerk should be in on influence grounds. George Michael's a good pick I wouldn't have thought of. That said, I don't know how you complain about all the irrelevant acts in the hall and then stump for Graham Parker and the Doobie Brothers.