I know little of Granados or of Spanish music in general, having never really studied any of it, so I thought I'd give this a listen. Concerning Granados, I've always liked what I've heard, though it also makes sense to me that, compared with the French composers, especially Debussy and Ravel, it's never enjoyed as secure a place in the "standard" canon of classical music. But I know how passionate you are about Granados, so I should probably keep my mouth shut about that
As for the performance, I really enjoyed it. Maybe in a few places, it seemed a bit rambling and unsure, but that could also partly be attributed to the music, which seems very complex and unpredictable rhythmically and harmonically. In the climaxes, I thought you displayed great lyrical sensitivity and brought out the orchestral sonorities well. You could perhaps aim for slightly greater rhythmic precision and retention, especially in the Spanish-flavored dance rhythms near the end -- in a word, a bit more freedom perhaps. There's some wonderful phrasing in here, which could benefit a bit more from a fluid finger legato. This might be in part due to the pedal usage, which is a tad generous in places (I do think your pedaling has improved tremendously over some of your earlier recordings I have heard though). Have you tried practicing the right hand separately without pedal? Great and very musical ending. The smorzando and ritenuto are very well timed.
Despite the nitpicks, a convincing performance. You make me really like this music