Eh, the titles are fine as is. I'm not going to watch the video (because honestly. I find most fan reaction/analysis videos unwatchable) - but after reading an article detailing the changes, they feel like an even bigger stretch than the original order. "The Phantom Menace" says so much about the story of episode 1 - from the illusory threat of the Trade Federation, to the invisible hand of Sidious guiding the events. "Attack of the Clones" is a silly title - but episode 2 is a mostly silly movie. And, the clones don't attack the Jedi in episode 3 - Palpatine does. He gets his revenge on them by using the clones as weapons in his plot to subvert the Republic.
"A New Hope" is an arbitrary name - but that's also kind of the point. The film that would become episode 4 doesn't need a subtitle. It's just Star Wars. And frankly, none of the other titles are worth changing - they accurately describe their respective films. The empire strikes back in "The Empire Strikes Back." A Jedi returns in "Return of the Jedi." The Force awakens in "The Force Awakens." "The Last Jedi" is about who will be the last of the Jedi.
"The Rise of Skywalker" is a disappointing name for a disappointing movie - but I don't think swapping titles with episode 1 is going to change that. And honestly, in a better constructed story, I think the themes of Rey "rising" and choosing to carry on the lineage of Skywalker suggested by the title might have had more of an impact. However, if we do want to change the name of the existing film, there are a couple of ideas from ep 9 that might've made better titles that "tRoS" - "The Final Order" is not just the name of the Sith regime/fleet, but also would refer to Palpatine's threat to the galaxy to submit, or die. And, as silly as it was in the opening crawl, "The Dead Speak" actually might've been a decent subtitle - it's not just Palpatine talking, but Force Ghost Luke, and the voices of the Jedi.