At first I was going to say that you need to work on your scale technique, because the passage work comes across as uneven in the right hand. I think, however, that it's the D one octave above middle C that isn't sounding properly, and that is a major distraction to listening to this performance.
I would like to hear this on a piano where all the notes are voiced equally, because that "damn D" is such a critical note that, without it, the line that might be there is always lost.
Thanks very much for the honest feedback, Bruce; much appreciated. To be honest, I didn't notice the "damn D" issue at all so far...
...though I (painfully) noticed the unevenness in the first two runs in the 1st mv of course.
I'll carefully listen again and hopefully will understand exactly what you mean (if not I might have to ask again; I hate unevenness...