With the old thermostat, I will hit, depending on conditions, 44-46 degrees, then it will rise to ~52 degrees before turning back on.
the only annoyance is that you get that 'damp' smell like my AC isn't working, for a few seconds. When it is over 90, it is rare as it is working pretty hard and it doesn't hit the thermostat. When it is 80 it cycles regularly and gets annoying.
bofusric, do you have a fast enough thermometer to tell me what the temp spread is?