Your water seperator will work much better if you get some steel or copper pipe run (at leat 10 feet) before the seperator. The air really needs to cool down a bit for the seperator to do its job, also plumb a drain in at a low point in the piping to get rid of accumulated water. ANd for everyone considering doing this kind of work, get on here and ask questions first or go to the library and get a book before starting. Noticed you drywalled the walls first, always do the ceiling first then your wall panels, this will help support the edges of the ceiling panels. And on the electrical, the outside covering on the romex should only show about 1/4 inch into the box (maximum) and then you need at least 6 inches of the conductors. Don't mean to beat up on ya but when I see some obvious mistakes electrical wise I'm just hoping the wiring was done to code so you don't have a fire or electricute your self.