Originally Posted by brewer55
I set the unit to 'Dry' which removes moisture/humidity from the air, and also attempts to maintain the temperature. I am getting a drip, drip, drip now.
So you have done the dehumidifier experiment!
Wiki knows all
"Humans can be comfortable within a wide range of humidities depending on the temperature — from thirty to seventy percent -  but ideally between 50% and 60%."
and [human] women have a somewhat different comfort range.
Our central HVAC first drops the humidity and then drops the temperature. In this first hour or so you can feel more comfortable without the temperature dropping at all.
If your unit is oversized, I'm sure there are ways to make it less efficient but they will waste energy.
Or sell your unit on e-bay and get a smaller one.
BtuH Cooling: 9,500
how big is the room? 10' x 12'?
Grainger has rules of thumb for sizing these things based on room size.