It’s not even trying hard. The unit in my bedroom gets more use than the rest because I drop the temperature from 79 to 77 while I sleep, but even with the recent 90+ degree days, the compressor seldom needs to run. That leaves the humidity on the high side, but one or two degrees cooler makes the comfort level pretty much the same.
Another sign that it is not trying very hard is the fact that I have yet to need to empty the drain buckets. The one in the office and the one in the spare bedroom barely have any droplets in the line, and nothing that has made it to the bucket itself. The one in the main part of the house has about two inches in the bucket, and the one for my bedroom is maybe a third full.
I know it won’t be so easy when winter rolls back around, though. Maintaining 75 when it is 95 outside is much easier than maintaining 70 when it is 20 outside. That will be the real test.