I just listened to the first movement of the 5th suite. The vibrato is wide but controlled and IMO not a great problem. With all due respect to James Goodzeit, it does NOT sound like "like every note is trilled"
He was entertaining in the prelude, but all these romantic throwbacks are fun in slow portentous music, they are probably all slow portentous people.
The problem is in the fugue. Nestor says that it's "emphatically expressive" and m41 says that it's "emotionally direct. He speaks directly to your heart . . ." Well the fugue just sounded incoherent, fussy and cold.
I bet he's listenable in the sarabandes, maybe the allemandes, and rubbish in the gigues and minuettos. They're all the same.