So in your opinion, is the solution a 3-ton "standard speed" system, or a larger (3.5 or 4 ton) variable speed system?
Either way, I find it interesting that my old 3 ton system used to get the humidity down to 45% in my house on the wettest hottest day. Yet this new 4-ton Trane system, no matter how long I run it, even if it runs nonstop for 3 hours, the humidity never goes below 56%.
I must be an idiot: How is it possible that a newer, more powerful machine dehumidifies LESS than an old smaller machine, if they are both run for the same amount of time? Are you guys saying that a 4-ton machine sucks less moisture out of the air in one hour, than a 3-ton machine in the same hour (amount of time)?