It's shiny, I like the colour, and whatever you've used on the tyres, it doesn't look like it's driven through an oil spill - all plus points
However ... and I don't think I'm being OCD here, you're the one that said you'd "detailed" it
- the drivers floor mat & pedals just don't pass inspection, white gloves or the magic finger
aren't even required.
For the pedals I'd suggest something like Autoglym interior "shampoo" spray, cheap toothbrush & an old towel to stop spray drift/splatter, scrub & wipe down with a wet cloth, repeat until they now longer have that "just came from a back street garage" (combination of rust, oil, concrete dust). Don't use anything shiny in the pedal area afterwards, better a slighlty dull finish that a foot slipping ...
Mats, similiar but pull out of the car & use a nail brush & dry carefully ... or replace with rubber ones, they are easier to clean. Genuine MINI ones are expensive IMO, but fit very well & add a bit of interest in terms of texture, being both ribbed and dimpled.