My room temp is 60F year-round (central hvac and window ac) so I double insulate my heated hose. I use a zippered resmed cover and a couple of the snuggle things to cover the hose system right up to the mask. I cover that with one and a half respironics loose fitting covers. I use velcro straps to tidy it up. There's considerable debate about covers but I use what works for me.
I use humidity=1 and hose temp=70F, because less humidity seems to work best for me. I just started using eucalyptus oil at my A10 intake and it really helps my congestion.
The second chart in the pdf is what I use to pair up a humidity and hose temp setting that will not cause rainout. Then I tweak either one as needed. That might be confusing. It's not a very stable system. Don't think it's resmed's fault.
I long for the old days with my m-series with a cold humidifier (heater off) and a heated hose. Worked right every night. Progress!
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My opinion your still having sleep debt.
My guess is 3 nights on straight cpap will make you happy to have an APAP. Lol