I'm a bright guy, but I'm second guessing my understanding of Water Furnace t-stat anticipator setting. Here is the language in the manual: ANTICIPATOR This adjustment controls the sensitivity and cycle rate of the thermostat. Higher numbers decrease the cycle rate. Lower numbers increase the cycle rate. Default value is 0, and the range is 0-4. Here's my situation. My house has two zones, daylight basement and main floor. The basement heat comes from the ceiling with a floor return. I want the t-stat in this zone to be "less sensitive" to heat changes in the room. Basically I want it to overshoot the set point to allow time for the heat to reach the floor. In the main zone, for some reason the t-stat seems to be in a "dead zone" and rarely reflects the actual room temperature. I want this t-stat to be "very sensitive" to minute changes. I've done what I can with offsets and differential settings so all that's left to tweak is the anticipator setting. I won't comment on how I have them set now, because I don't want to bias responses. How would you set them to do what I'm trying to do? PS - this is not at all critical to my comfort or system performance, it just bugs the **** out of me that I can't figure it out.