Great natural melodic flow in your playing that keeps its reference to the tune. Excellent phrasing fine tone, etc. etc.
An observation that I don't think has any positive or negative is that you sound exactly the same on Soprano as Tenor, just an octave higher. In terms of your consistency of thought, melodic line, timbre, etc. this certainly shows how your musical thinking and sound originates within you. Many other players (myself included) play other saxes differently accentuating their higher/lower voicing and differences. This includes not only the timbre but also the type of improvisation, phrasing, etc. I don't have any value judgement about this, could be good or bad depending on your point of view. As an example the sopranino I find very easy to play and can play extremely long phrases due to so little air being required. So I do this, whereas I couldn't possibly play the same phrase on Tenor. Tone also varies as the higher pitched instruments (to my way of hearing) require more vibrato. There are other aspects as well, but you get the idea.
So your treatment is to my ears something very different by being the same. Just wondered if you give this any thought and/or have tried to focus your tone and playing so that they are the same for each sax.