Tim Binnall is a bit too credulous for my liking, and he comes across as both a bit of a huckster (he sells underwear with his picture on it, for Pete's sake) and a "fanboy" (but never a sycophant, like some do)... which makes him perfect for ufology in the early 21st century!!
Seriously, though, Binnall has created quite a little ufological mini-empire for himself at his Binnall of America website. He has a forum, columnists (it may surprise some folks, but I actually like Lesley's stuff, even if I don't often agree with it), regular reports on things like Coast to Coast (alas, Binnall seems to like Rense as well), but his biggest contribution so far has been his podcast interviews with some of the major (and a few not so major) figures in ufology (Stan Friedman, Nick Redfern, Colm Kelleher, and Steven Bassett, to name just four). In this respect, Binnall is at the cutting edge of where ufology is going - on-line, 24/7, with no boundaries, for good and ill.
He's only 27, and I suspect that as time goes by he'll become a bit more skeptical (which is a good thing, at least as far as I'm concerned). Or not - who knows? Regardless, Binnall's enthusiasm is a breath of fresh air, and he's become a significant alternative, DIY force in ufology, which I respect. He has the potential to someday be the successor to the likes of Coast to Coast's Art Bell and George Noory... and I mean that in a good way!
As for the hucksterism, well... I kind of like that too. It shows he has a sense of humour, and that's important, especially in ufology.
Just ask Jim Moseley!