YES! For those who don't like slow tempos, try the 3rd movement. It might change your mind--the 3rd movement is 18 minutes, but I never noticed how much longer it was than my other recordings because it was so engaging.
Funny that, it seems he both is and isn't. On the one hand everyone seems to agree that he was one of the very greatest conductors of the 20th century. On the other hand he just doesn't seem to have the glamorous image that would make that a record company (DG/Universal for instance) would cash in on it with a lavish 'Fricsay Edition'.