I listened to it earlier today while working and I'm glad they avoided some classic pitfalls like the Linux/GNU debate that Stallman often liked to get stuck in. Altogether I think it was a good talk, with Stallman kinda reminding the listener of how much we really put up with when it comes to for the most part casually accepting what corporations do to our rights with DRMs, EULAs, credit card registration, detailed usage tracking, and in other ways. Even one who is generally aware might do well to let oneself be reminded of just how far things are gone today. Especially as with recent legislation the negative developments are not likely to be slowing down any time soon.
One does not have to do everything the way Stallman does, just because you realise that no he's not wrong on any of this.