Hats off for anyone breezing through this killer of a piece, even if there's some signs of strain here and there, it doesn't matter. A great achievement, and a unique contribution to the site which is not likely to be equalled any time soon. Yet, with all respect for the enormous technical skill and panache, I found it a bit matter-of-factly and lightweight, and would have wished for some more weight and drama.
Interesting you take the LH ossia in the last-but-one page (sounds very good) and I think you play an alternate version of the last few bars ? Did S. revise this piece like he did the entire ballet in 1947 ? Actually this sounds better that what's written in the 1922 score.
What is a bit of a let down is the closing chord being cut off before it has properly sounded. A little mouse accident, I guess. Perhaps in a later remastering, when you have better Internet, this can be corrected ?
Seems to be some horrible situation in Beirut recently. I hope you are doing well nonetheless.