Bottom of the list in terms of those who are still, at least marginally, accepted.
He's a really tough case for me; my reading of the Confessions in a classroom setting, actually, was one of 2 or 3 major factors that brought me to the RC church, and Augustine was my confirmation name. That said, even before I came to Orthodoxy, and as I explored his other ideas further, I really wasnt sure what to think. Of course, as I'm on my way to Orthodoxy, this has only been compounded.
My view is this: that he was a genius, that his story of conversion, especially considering the course of his life, is inspiring and miraculous, that his mother is a Saint no doubt, that he contributed some very important ideas, but that also, in his zeal, and perhaps in a state of deep shame and desire to repent, he went a bit off the deep end in some of his theology.