Nope, I don't really care for Richter in general, although I do like a few of his recordings (his Prokofiev, some of his Rach, etc.).
That being said, I'm really not into Russian music, and anyway, I prefer Gilels.
As far as Bach is concerned, the recordings I've most enjoyed have been by Aldwell, Argerich (her cm toccata is amazing stuff), Gould (some of it I must say I hate- his cm toccata included; WOW he must've hated that piece, lol), Fiorentino (REALLY like what I've heard from him- so envious of his pristine clarity), and Lipatti (his bach "isn't purist" but it's beautiful, and I love it).
I'd like to think that my Bach doesn't "sound like anybody's", that I make it my own in a tastefull and sincere manner. I think I do manage to accomplish this to some extent, though obviously I lack the fingers to really play it completely the way I want to. But someday, someday.