the first movement is clearer (correcter) and well-behaved, brave (in the sense of german "brav", not of "mutig") now, but for this is has lost the nice storm and stress-atmosphere of your first version, so I prefer you first version, though it had more "mistakes". The tempo is quite slow here.
I have the following suggestions for improvement:
0) the "sf" are always too silent
1) in bar 9 the trill is a bit too long
2) there still are too little dynamic contrasts, especially between ff and p in the bars 27-31f.
3) in bar 53 the quarter is too short
4) in bar 57 the two thirds in the bass are not clear enough
5) the trills in bar 62 and 64 are a bit too "swimmy" for my taste
6) the staccati in bar 59-61 are not audible, that means you don´t play them as such
7) the little rit. in bar 67-68 is funny, was it meant as a joke to give the impression, that here the piece could be finished? If so, I like that idea!
that you don´t play all staccati in the bass-voice in the execution for me it is right, but that´s a matter of interpretation and taste
9) bar 119: the quarter is too long
10) the chords in bars 123-126 have to be played all legato
11) there is no cresc. and decresc. in bars 153, 154
12) you don´t bring out the staccati in bar 164 f.
13) I personally miss the staccati in bar 189 f., either you play them too soft or you just ignore them
Summary: My main niggle is, that there aren´t enough dynamical contrasts and articulation as this is especially important in Beethoven-sonatas.
0) pay attention on the rhythm in the bars 1-8. I had the impression you give a bit much accent on the third beat here are there (this idea only is from bar 9 f.)
1) in bar 35, 36 you could bringt out the upper-line (g, a-flat, b-flat)
2) again too little dynamical contrasts from bar 21-38, f.ex. the ff in bar 33 doesn´t come out, but from my view it´s very important
3) the sforzati in the bars 59-65 and 79-85 are better (they also are easier to play, isn´t it?)
The tempo is more on the fast side, but I like it, though I play this movement usually slower.
1) too little dynamic contrasts, too few of sforzati, but apart from that splendid, bravo!
2) bar 39-47: some passages are a bit too unproper (some tones are not clearly coming out), in the repeat it´s much better.
3) I miss (so much) the sforzati in the bars 120-123 (in the repeat they come out a little little bit), because they really are the "pepper in the soup" here, which is to typical for Beethoven.
In summary of your recordings I like the third movement most. (I think, I really would have a lot to practise to get it in that tempo again), because for me it captures most of Beethovens spirit. You have the luck (or should I say bad luck
), that this sonata is one of my standard works of Beethoven I play since I was a teenager ( and my first piano teacher - he was also the assistant organist of the Dome of Cologne - was very severe, but also very good. I think, what I have remarked here, he also would have remarked). So excuse me, if you find my critiques too hard.
Fortunately with Smetanas music I´m not so nitpicking.
Looking forward to wednesday!