If you do decide to revise based on feedback and the market, keep the old version. You can always have that version for yourself.
However with time and contemplation of the ways you can improve, you might end up loving it more. Play with new ideas. If they don’t work...
that you don’t have to take their advice. As the author you have the right to reject any feedback, including reviews if you’re published.
But know your story (theme, plot, world and characters) well enough to know why it would or wouldn’t be improved by the feedback.