Quote Originally Posted by bostonguy View Post
I laughed at this. My older brother likes to have his thermostat at 69 in the summer, guess we are just one hot, sweaty family.

At 72 it does not feel that cold to me. Again could be that my current unit is oversized so that 72 is not actually cold but that is the setting I need to get the humidity out? Just wondering.
Heh, Im glad ya didn't take offense, its just my night off and I've had a few (too many?) beers and I'm feeling a bit saucy. Anyways, yes you are correct. If your system is oversized then it will not run long enough too pull the relative humidity down to an acceptable level. 72 degrees with a high RH could be uncomfortable. Just keep in mind if your new system is smaller, then it will generally run longer, and this is a good thing.