Brief running commentary on first movement.
Disclaimer: this is my least favourite Beethoven sonata.
Opening motif (and repetitions) - surely this is rhythmically wrong? Either that, or I'm accustomed to hearing (and having played) it completely differently. Surely it's "diddle diddle dee dah", not "diddle diddle dee - pause - dah" - to give it its technical terminology
The following passagework iterations (which are a serious pain in the proverbial) are pretty clean - the odd marginal fumble (e.g. 0.44) but nothing to be overly concerned about, and in honesty I find them a damn sight harder than a fair amount of Lisztian technical flamboyance.
From 1.17 is nicely rhythmic and makes a lot of sense; you don't let the pace drop when the extra notes come in, so bonus points for that
1.58 and parallel later octave passages: good, rhythmic accentuation.
2.42 there is an accel in the score? I don't have it to hand. It seems to disrupt the flow, and your performance has been very rhythmically poised so far (I think you did this first time round as well, but this one seemed more noticeable).
Following passage - what a pig this is to play. Not perfectly clean, but the descending quasi-trills were really rather good.
3.20 not absolutely convinced your "romantic" rit fits consistently and interpretatively with the surrounding exact rhythms, but this is probably a matter of taste.
From 3.40 I can tell you don't like the broken rh notes but it's reasonably tidy nonetheless. The jumps are nasty to play, requiring the thumb to start moving early. The close together ones I'd be inclined to practice them as unison octaves, legato, concentrating on fingers 3 (optional), 4 and 5 in the upper hand. Kudos for the part from 3.51.
4.20-5.00 Nice sense of dialogue.
5.00-6.15 I don't know how to approach such passages. I get the sense this is a somewhat connected improvisatory bridging passage which has found its way into the sonata. It seems to drift off briefly into its own dream world, so I guess that means you've played it appropriately.
6.15 See earlier (the second one is more pronounced imo).
7.00-7.20 Good, especially the second half. To improve on this takes really serious left hand technique.
7.48 Good again - better than first time round actually, the jumps were all ok.
Hmm not so brief then.. And I still don't like the sonata.
Quite good for something that's so treacherous. I'm sure I've played it much worse in my time.