Ok, I thought already, that there was a recording swell overdue from your side, considering your usual recording output. But THAT AMOUNT!
Up to now I listened to Bach WTC1 and Brahms, but will listen and try to give more or less qualified or useful or useless comments later on to the other pieces too.
Bach WTC1 f minor: prelude: confident playing, the only thing I don't like so much are your trills. I would prefer a calmer slower style, my old teacher prefers to play such trills as 32th, so that it is synchronized with the other notes. Fugue: pretty fast but theme comes out really well, also in left hand, GREAT! You phrase with right hand some passages, what sounds very well (such things are like the salt in the soup, shows that you don't play "only" the right notes but give phrasing), but you don't do that on same passages with left hand. Ok, ok, I know, I should not demand things I never could realize myself. Netherveless, if you don't know nothing else to improve on that fugue, this would be a possibility...
Bach WTC1 a major: prelude: congratulation, very well done, I like it much! fugue: bit too fast because the 16th runs did got a bit blurred. Some bars sound to me that you took sustain pedal to cover those crazy difficult parts...You did not rush, you can keep rhythm very well even in those complex situations, but in the 16th notes you lost confidence soundwise. For my taste, there is no need to play that fugue so fast, not only from the performance side, but too from the listener side.
Bach WTC1 c sharp major prelude: I think this prelude eludes to change voices according to the melody switch between right and left hand at least in the first half of the prelude. Could be played calmer too, a bit more evenly. Could have a bit more "bite", also faster, if possible. The fugue sounds very good to me! Did you had the score coded as d flat major (only 5 flats instead 7 sharps)? There is such score. Up to now I played only the prelude as it is on the site already, coded as c sharp since I did not knew about the easier d flat score. Not possible to play from score with 7 sharps for me, I need to play it from memory.
Brahms intermezzi: First, I like that 117/1 intermezzo much, and played it myself too. A very special piece, because the melody is not played with the right hand pinky, it is the inner voice of the 3 voiced right hand. I could imagine to voice the melody phrases more, and beginning and end considerably softer. And more dynamic changes for this highly romantic piece between the different parts. It is (for me) a lullaby, from the finest sort. Otherwise well played, also the other 2 intermezzi, probably more difficult? Have not had a look at the score. Netherveless, very good playing - not too fast, but also not too slow.
Overall, Brahms and Bach very well! It makes pleasure to listen to that pieces!
And your recording Edirol position seems to be very good as well. All recordings have some noise, but no need to put micros and mixer and the other stuff in the room, so that is the little disadvantage an Edirol has. Nevertheless good recording quality too!