I think you already known that I did - about six years ago. Used the Harold Bauer edition - which made the piece a bit more accessible in terms of distribution of notes between the hands.
You're right; I did know and I remember you posted a rather good recording of it. Reason I asked the question is that I went back to the drawing board and completely re-fingered the entire piece so as to use different fingers on the same notes and adjacent notes where possible (instead of lazily using the thumb for pretty much everything like I used to!). I also remember you mentioning the Harold Bauer edition, which I'm going to look for on imslp. However, now that I've taken the trouble to work out my own fingering, I think I'm going to stick with that for now.
Would you mind re-posting your recording so we can all hear how it's supposed to go? I was planning on uploading a version once I've got it securely up to half tempo
(!), kind of like I did with Requiebros.
(ironic laugh) Part of the purpose is to get a handle on the highly specific technical challenges posed by this piece and by the seemingly outrageous MM half note = 92 marking.