Yay. Something else to obsess over. I need a hobby, haha! A couple of days ago, I decided to take my calibrated Fluke thermometer along for a ride to see how accurate the climate control was. Bad idea. I tried a few locations for the thermocouple (temperature sensor) including inserting it into the aspirator tube below the steering wheel where the in-cabin air temperature sensor is and near the center console. I found that the actual air temperature inside the cabin was about 8 degrees F (or more) higher than the setting on the climate control. On the "Lo" setting, the outlet temperature was about 44 degrees. The outdoor temperature was in the 90s at around 45% relative humidity. No complaints with the system's ability to cool, but I'm surprised (and disappointed) with the variation between set point and actual temperature. I drove around for over an hour giving the system plenty of time to settle out. Perhaps other vehicle's climate controls are the same way - I've never actually tested one until now. I suppose there is a possibility this is an intentional design so that the occupant's "feels like" temperature is closer to the climate control setting due to the circulation of much colder air coming from the vents. This might very well be the case considering when I adjusted the climate control to 66 (to compensate for the 8 degree difference and the fact I'm most comfortable at 74), I was feeling a bit on the chilly side after a while.