I start off with my recent favourite topic: consistency. Your set is rock solid and captures the very same mood all the way through, it is an excellent choice of tracks everywhere with no compromises. I'd vote a 100 for your consistency and track selection!
It is an interesting, ambient jazz feeling. I am not a big fan of ambient, but this combination of chilled jazzy sounds over house beats (call it deep - call it anything you want...) works very much for me. I'd say it's the same downtempo ambient chill lounge that Dimsa mixes quite often transposed to uptempo house. Nice one.
Track 6 is a highlight for me, well for the Kool & The Gand "Summer Madness" sample that I notice everywhere (from 27.19 to 27:26). Then it has a cool Rhodes piano coming in, perfect tune.
The other that stood out for me was Track 12, "Love The DJ" with the vocoder and bit of an electro sound reminding me of "Lovebirds". BTW isn't the woman's voice here the same as in the Size 9's "I am Ready" house classic from late 90s? Maybe I'm just imagining...
I like the way you slow down the whole mix for the end to a mid-tempo, RnB groove style (with still ambient tunes). It also helps the overall dreamy lounge feel as the tempo cools down over time, nice planning here too!
I'd be interested to know how you mixed it, whether it's all live or if you used any software. You don't do long blends and sometimes your beatmatching is quite loose, still it does not sound like a mixtape of compilation as you do pay attention to finding the right place to transition at the right point of the musical structure to keep the momentum. Sometimes the beats and volumes are not perfectly matching (eg. between 2 and 3, or from 4 to 5) but it is not annoying at all. If it was mixed live it shows how confidently you can correct things immediately when they might go wrong.
Big 50 for me, will epromote you later if you don't appear in the weekly chart! Now I get to your earlier downtempo mix...