Just starting to listen to the Chopin Fantaisie......and I had to come right in and say that you're one of the few people (besides me)
that I've ever heard play the opening enough-dotted.
It's usually played more like triplets, truly usually, including by top people. To me, if anything the short notes should be a little shorter than written, not longer.
Drives me right up the wall when I hear it the other way.
BTW.....I'm now up to the "triplet" part (the actual triplets)
and still loving it. I'd have to say the whole thing so far is as perfect as one could want. And.....now up to the passage that Steven (Sotto Voce) likened to 'butterflies', which many or most people play heroically or even brusquely but which we felt was more lyrical and floating -- and that's how you're doing it.
While I was typing, you're up to the middle section. You really nailed those contrary octaves! And without any compromises for the sake of accuracy. The middle section is beautiful and at a great tempo. Terrific transition back. You do an excellent job with what I call the 'jagged triplet' configurations (i.e. after each "butterfly" appearance). Those always gave me fits, especially the last set.
Excellent performance! I'll try to listen to the other pieces too when I can.