Hello everyone... Since this is my first post, I'll intro myself as a Physics major some 40 years ago, who never got around to actually practicing physics and ended up as a Heating/Cooling serviceman...well, I'm a one-truck-service-company-owner and I drive the truck. To the question: I was stumbling around on one of the HVAC forums, reading comments from the "pros" relative to an indoor humidity question; one of which said "an oversized evaporator coil will reduce moisture removal from the conditioned space". Now, the gentleman may well have omitted some qualifying statements...but way back, an HVAC authority of sorts, told me oversized evaporator coils would improve moisture removal, due to "increased surface area". Which made some practical sense to me. He did however, qualify his statement by saying the airflow and refrigerant metering would have to be "adjusted" for optimal coil performance...which also makes sense. So, assuming the oversize factor is reasonable, the coil is "full" of liquid refrigerant and 400 CFM per ton nominal is maintained, will humidity removal be increased/improved? Thanks for allowing me to member up and thanks in advance for any responses.