Great! I can hear that you love this piece, I need to hear that in a performance, or some really good lying.
Throughout there are clinkers and blurry passagework, but they don't affect the core of your interpretation, which is excellent. Of course, we want them to go away, and they will, keep at it.
In the first piu lento section (my page 2) make sure that you play the eightth note/quarter note melody figure (m. 39 etc.) consistently everytime, once or twice it was different and I felt this upset the equilibrium of your phrasing, which is excellent with good rubato. Same with all the ornaments, they have a tendency to be different from phrase to phrase, some slight variation is OK but too much makes the melody sound disconnected or interrupted.The cadenzi on pp. 1 and 3 had shaky starts, but you pulled them together brilliantly, getting an articulated and glittering sound in both places. After these the Allegro Vivace section was excellent and you settled into the performance. I particualarly enjoyed your climax and transition at mm.130-136, and the corresponding passage at the end.
Excellent performance, full of power and sensitivity. You just need to do a little detail work. Bravo!
BTW what kind of piano were you playing?