Dutch, yes I am truly amazed that he is not getting more coverage in Reformed circles.
As I was watching the link that I provided, I thought of my own journey out of the Word of Faith Movement. I went from a Pentecostal Church that slowly turned into a Word of Faith Church, out of that Church into a big Pentecostal Church, that in many respect was like a big Arminian Baptist Church. Then into a Baptist Church that was experimenting with the Charismatic gifts but was careful (at that time) concerning where they went with it. That Church now in many respects is as bad as the Word of Faith Movement (see http://eyesandwingsconferences.com/eyes-wings-kelowna-15th-anniversary-let-the-eagles-gather/
). Then into a Baptist Church with a good Calvinist Baptist statement of faith, but didn't necessarily follow it. Since that time, I have attended Churches that were very much like that Church. The Church I now attend is the first Church that actually insists on Reformed Baptist theology and expositional preaching.
I can tell you from personal experience that embracing Reformed theology is costly; especially when many in your family are still in the Charismatic movement. I can only imagine what Benny Hinn's nephew is going through.