Finally found the time to listen to these.
If I can find anything to criticize at all, it is that this is not the most trailblazing Beethoven I have heard. Overall there could be some more ebullience, fun, sense of danger, etc... Maybe accents and dynamic contrasts (good as they are !) could be sharper yet, and some tempi (though they seem right to me) could certainly be a tad brisker.
All the same I like this a lot as it is. I think you consciously strive to project Beethoven as a wise and humane master of his trade, rather than as an ass-kicking 'angry young man', and that seems a valid choice to me. One can easlily overdo the 'revolutionary' aspects of this music, a trap you are never falling into. God beware of the fortepiano revisionists
Both the sound and playing are of exemplary quality, that helps.
IMHO this is a great start for your Beethoven project. Keep up that good work ! Are these studio recordings ? What is the instrument ? Have you got any role models in this repertoire ?
BTW - Thes are all up on the site. please check if everything is ok.