I myself love the voice of Metropolitan Kallistos Ware, it soothes and comforts me. Whatever His Eminence affirms as Orthodox, I will accept as Orthodox, and I agree with nearly all he has written (differing only on the matter of the height and configuration of a Byzantine Rite iconostasis). May God grant him many years!
And indeed on that sad day when he does leave us, I will be among the first in line to advocate his glorification.
In fact I am reminded a bit of the excessive zeal Roman Catholics had for relics of mewly deceased ascetics whose canonization was certain...I feel if I lived 500 years ago I would want dibs on His Eminence's most beautiful head.
(I jest of course, I am referring to the famous "translation (or perhaps, abduction)" of the head of St. Catharine of Sienna by residents of her hometown).
Fortunately in the Orthodox Church we prefer to leave the incorrupt remains of our saints intact in their resplendant beauty, amd this is for the best. But I really do love Meteopolitan Kallistos; no other academic or scholar helped me as much during the painful time of my life in which Orthodox worship allowed God to become my strength and my comfort, and the writings and lectures of His Eminence taught me how to fully enter into and experience the heavenly refuge for the soul that God has provoded us in the Apostolic faith. I hope to meet him or see him in this life.