How long have you had your sense device? I recommend you visit sense.com and read over the help articles, FAQs and Blogs. Sense does not claim to be able to do everything you are asking it to do at this time especially after only 4 or 5 days of installation. You can return your sense device for a full refund for any reason within 30 days of receipt. Your other option is to find another device that can do what sense does. Wait. You can't. None exist.
The way I see it is, you could go out and spend almost $300 on a Ted 5000 or well over $300 on a Ted Pro with spider and you're not going to get anywhere near the capabilities of Sense. I've looked at all the options out there. Even created my own multi circuit montioring device based on open energy monitor and they all cost way more than Sense and they are basically all just dumb devices. The best you can do is monitor individual circuits. This works well with A/C units, Dryer, Oven and the very few other circuits in your home that only feed one outlet.
If you want to know how much individual 120v devices are on for, how long and cost, you can look at the Belkin WeMo insight Switch. The one that monitors energy consumption, not the other one that just does on and off. They retail for $49.99 but you can typically find them for $40. You can configure them to send you usage via e-mail. When on, how long and how much based on your entered cost per KWh. The report is very detailed. I have mine configured to send me a csv file weekly from the dehumidifier at my beach house. The issue is, at $50, you can only buy 6 of them before you hit the same cost as Sense.
I really think Sene could be even better if they deployed some type of hybrid approach. One option is to use multiple smaller CTs for each circuit to better be able to disaggregate by having many fewer devices per circuit. The other option is to employ energy monitoring devices like the wemo insight switch for hard to decipher devices such as plasma TVs and devices that are so similar to other devices that they are misreported consistently. Or a combination of both. The Sense team members are much smarter than me in this field so I'm sure there are very good reasons these aren't options.