He is rather handsome. Not as connected front to back as I like to see, in the trot, but then, he's a Friesian, very few of them are as connected front to back as I like [I am not a fan of the breed as a whole either, there are two Friesian stallions I like and a partbred I like and that is IT] - MANY of them have big action up front and not much happening behind. I see a four-beat trot which is never a good thing.
Bear in mind I haven't watched the video, only basing my opinion on the photos. But there is ONE photo of him trotting where he is close to connected front to back, the one that shows the four-beat trot is close but not there or it would be a correct two-beat trot [hind foot on the ground and the corresponding front foot an inch or two above - unacceptable and incorrect].
HOWEVER, being that Friesians aren't my thing, I'm inclined to pick faults. He is an attractive horse, just very... cart-horse-ish. Which is Friesians for you, it's what they were originally bred for.
Depending on what you want in your Georgian Grande he might be totally suitable, or totally unsuitable.
Also, it depends a LOT on your mare. Got any pictures of her?
Done well, the GG is a nice cross. I've seen photos of a couple that I really liked, to look at [I wouldn't buy one because my passion is jumping and it's just not a cross I can see excelling in the jumpers ring, but I can still appreciate a nice piece of horseflesh]. I've also seen photos of a couple that were, simply put, butt ugly. Like any cross it's one that you have to consider carefully and choose the right breeding stock.
A CLEAN SLATE FOR THE FUTURE