You did a really good job on those Mazurkas! Also expressionwise, you "say" something to get a distinct mood, different for both Mazurkas. I like your kind of subtile rubato for the phrasing parts. Regarding dynamics, you do also much more than in your first Mazurka recordings - still, the differences between loud and soft could be even more, especially on the soft side (to access the mellow tone color every piano has (depending of course also how hard the hammers are, how good the voicing condition is)).
Some minor observations for 30/1: In bars 20 and 46 there was no helping note (prenote? how is the term "Vorschlag" in english?), in bar 35 the first d in RH was unaudible, same for bar 51 e flat RH (don't say that's the recording tool
). In my score (Henle Urtext) it's the same what Monica already mentioned regarding RH c holding last bar.
Good work also on 30/2. Some lh notes from bars 39 and 46 were unaudible, and a wrong note in second chord bar 56 (same notes as final chord, which you played correctly). I very much like your ending on 30/2 - short and powerful!
You do more and more expressionwise on these Chopin Mazurkas. Some of them are like emotional powder kegs to me, and I think one simply cannot apply too much expression on them. So still, you could do more on those sweet little jewels - that applies the same for me (maybe I record next time also one or two). Nevertheless - very good recordings!