Ultimately this is a good thing - it results in dislocation, due to his capture, which interferes with the current C3I network for the Taleban. Long term he will be replaced as will anyone in a hierarchical environment.
The question is, how does Nato exploit this dislocation? It certainly won't have any bearing on current ops, but do we have the flexibility to mount simultaneous ops to exploit "intelligence" gathered and use it fruitfully and promptly.
Still anything that degrades the Taleban is to be welcomed.