There are drugs that will cure your ADD, you know. They will allow you to chill and not feel fidgety and suffocated when listening to music a few minutes slower than the norm
The Davis is one of my favorite versions, perhaps my favorite. I love his tempos which make this symphony sound, even more than usual, like it's part of the German symphonic tradition (very Brahmsian). Davis also brings out the epic/tragic elements (for this is a tragic symphony, one of the very few) better than almost anyone.
Strange that you like one of the best versions for the wrong reasons. Never mind, good on yer, I say.
But you do like things taken inordinately slow. No harm in that, however, except where it seriously damages the music and, unfortunately, many of Bernstein's later DG recordings did just that.
I was listening 'blind' to the 'Enigma' vars a couple of months ago and it was a fine performance up until, that is, 'Nimrod' and I knew, instantly, it could only be Bernstein. Ruined. Everything after that was of no or little interest.
Many conductors self-indulged at this point, Barbirolli for one, but not to this extent. It is obscene!
That is why Boult's EMI version will forever remain the preferred version and benchmark for this work, as will his recent Lyrita reissue of Elgar's two symphonies.
However, as I have said already, nothing wrong with a bit of wallowing on occasion as long as it doesn't become a habit, a-y, S-a-r-g-e...?