Yes, I do. Although he can be a bit extreme in his presentation, "well-behaved people seldom make history," as they say. Dawkins' views really aren't any different, qualitatively speaking, from the other atheist writers and lecturers out there. He is just way more bold about being brutally honest with his feelings. He doesn't pull any punches for the sake of not hurting feelings or inflaming tempers, and actually, that's what all the atheist activists are truly encouraging: Not being nicey-nice, and standing up for your beliefs and loudly proclaiming that you think certain aspects of religion are just plain dumb and are not rational at all.
Dawkins is just the only one who practices what he preaches. And by the way, he also speaks out against other irrational beliefs, such as New Age beliefs and superstitions, just as loudly and obnoxiously as he does against religion.
For that, I think he is doing the very important work of drawing the world's attention to atheism. I think it's no coincidence that interest in atheism and in atheists' books have shot up sharply since Dawkins published The God Delusion. His method works; it's that simple. It works whether the goal is to increase interest in and acceptance of atheism, or whether it's to make the religious prove by their actions that they are irrational and potentially dangerous people.