Anyhow I knew you go for the "Jesu, meine Freude", after we spoke about that piece in pmails. I only hoped to be faster here for submission, and if the church is not used next days I will record it too.
BWV610: I like your registration, and also your melody articulation, especially in the 2nd part. You play it slow, and I feel more the eigth note groove in your playing as a quarter note groove. It is largo, but the (of course slow) groove should be on quarters, I think.
According to my Bärenreiter Urtext score you play some things differently. There are some ornaments not written in my score, in bar 4 after the fermata you play the right hand e sharp an eight too late, so that it sounds strange with the pedal notes together. In the bar before the repetition right hand there is a binding in my score at the end of the bar to connect 2 f's , you play an e sharp or whatever instead? Last bar in the middle, there sounds also something strange, but I cannot resolve it. Sounds too as if you slow down a bit in the second part.
Otherwise very well done. I think it is a difficult piece (at least for me because hands and feets do cross directions of the notes all the time).
BWV601: sounds wonderful to me! The melody comes out very well, and that although all hands and feets have much to do! Since I did not play it until now, and because of the fast speed I am not able to say anything useful regarding correct notes. But I trust you
BWV686: Tasteful registration, and together with the tempo it fits the mood very well in my opinion. Some minor slips maybe, but what's important, you play with the demanded calmness. Impressive!