This guy is bold enough to apply Baroque bowing and fingering on a modern violin in an attempt to bring out Bach/Baroque spirit. He plays too fast for most pieces, like "perpetual motion", thus not so enjoyable. (No wonder it disappointed some.) If you really want Baroque experience, try Rachel Podger on a real baroque violin with baroque bowing. For more pleasant modern (non-baroque) interpretation, try Hahn. For more common and modern presentation, you may want to stick with Milstein. But this disc has some value, and the recording effect is quite good. I have not heard his other recording, but given he can do both kinds of bowing, he must be good, and his unique playing deserves credit.