A very nice performance, all but note perfect and very faithful to the score. I could not even spot any reading mistakes
You start out a bit insecure, but get into the groove pretty quickly. Your touch and dynamics are good, as is your pedal usage. You are not afraid to use the pedal to produce a sonorous sound. The sound is much better than your first attempt, even if the piano seems to have a couple of notes that could do with being tuned. Not distracting though.
The slip in the middle can easily be remove I think, as you played the correct note right after. Give that a try - a shame if you'd want to re-record it just for that.
Some very minor niggles (aren't there always...) :
The arpeggios sound a bit uncomfortable. I guess your hand size is not in the Rach league so not sure if you can make them smoother. Try if you can. OTOH I think I heard some triad chords being rolled where not indicated.
The slow section within the trio seems too slow. I think that should go in the same tempos as the rest of the trio (which in itself can be a little slower, or even a little faster, than the main subject).
You seem to have a bit of a rhyhmic problem with the third beat of many bars. Of the two descending eight notes, you often rush the first and then elongate the second (as if to to make up for it). It is something I heard more people do around here. Not a big deal but it is important to keep your rhythm in check.
So, shall I put it up or do you want to wait ?