I enjoyed the understated, slightly rough-hewn elegance of Goode's set of Beethoven sonatas, and figured his Bach would be worth a go. It has all of the qualities I appreciated in his Beethoven playing: no fuss, no muss; perhaps more head than heart, but certainly not imposing or dry; and, above all, a willingness to let the music speak for itself. Sometimes it seems a bit lacking in dynamics, but I would much prefer this to turning Bach into churning melodrama, as some pianists are wont to do. The recorded sound seems slightly on the dry side, but perfectly listenable.
This is as good as Bach gets on the piano, and it's very good indeed. I also bought Volume One based on this, and it's just as satisfying -- these are now my preferred listening for the Partitas on piano. To get the best set on harpsichord, try Trevor Pinnock's recent recording, which I found to be an equally pleasing performance.