Ahaaaahhh... an installment plan. I know all about these
Well played, very concentrated and faithful to the score. You'll do just fine with the classics.
I must admit this movement (and some other slow movements from his early Sonatas) rather stretch my patience, and your Richter-like slow tempo does not help here. It seems like it just gets too protracted compared with the other parts of the sonata.
Apart from the tempo, there's nothing much to niggle about here. Technically solid, just a couple of minor mistakes which you are probably well aware of. In the more sonorous passages you do really well, but in the softer passages you are losing notes (I wel know that problem, too...). The only solution, I think, is an overall firmer touch. If your forte sounds like mezzoforte, the pianissimo will always be a problem. The one thing I did not like is the mannered ritenuti on these descending staccato 32ths. I am not against a bit of rubato in Beethoven, but it needs to be done very discreetly.
I did not hear any clipping here. You'll need to decide on a fixed volume setting that only just avoids clipping at the loudest passages (assuming you ever play triple fortissimo), and stick to that.