Certainly, the big virtuoso repertoire holds no terrors for you, you're fully up to the task - even that fearsome finale of Ballade 4 sounds pretty confident (as much as I could hear of it
In the Ballade, you seem to be too matter-of-fact, and even a bit impatient, to capture the great poetry and depth of this work. It will come with time, I'm sure, but keep it in mind, as if I were standing next to you and yelling "Take your TIME !"
I was surprised by how slow you take themiddle section, I never thought of it as a separate slow movement (like in the Fantaisie or the Liszt Sonata). Maybe there's good point in this but I thought it was too slow and disrupts the flow of the piece. Overall, try to see more of the long lines, and you can make more of that gorgeous section before the coda (with these rolling LH scales, like a ship at full sea, it reminds me of the 2nd Liszt Legende). Your sound could be a bit fuller which will come easier if you take your time.
I don't like the Liszt Rhapsodie 6 much either (though it was all I wanted to play at your age....). Of the entire set, it seems to me the one with the least musical substance (together with nr. 2). You take it a rather tame and cautious, except for the last part where the LH octaves start, you really let rip there in true Liszt spirit. What I like is your sharp and clean accenting (not just in this piece but generally) and the good dynamics.
The Etudes are good, and taken at top speed. Yet I'd slow down if I were you, to create some time to see and feel the music behind the notes. Espcially the nr. 5 gets a bit casual and shallow like this. Some rubato can also be applied in etudes, though not too much of course. Nr. 4 is really impressive.
Best for last, I like the Beethoven a lot. Great tone and feeling, perhaps a little abrupt in places, but that is Beethoven for you. Very well done. Now if only you could create some proper sounding recordings on a nice tuned grand, we'd have some real good stuff here !