I don't think so, considering T cyp is long acting, and many men do just fine with injections done once per week, like myself. I use 100 mg per week in one shot. 200 mg is twice the starting dose for TRT. Many men can reach the 700 to 900 range with 100 mg per week. Also, changes in T while being in the 500 to 1000 likely result in no appreciable differences in well being, I believe. I also believe most are hypochondriacal with TRT and make things more complicated than necessary.
Do you seriously think you are going to measure at below under 400 with 200 mg of cyp per week?!
There is pretty much no need for a short acting ester with TRT and cyp can have you at a supra physiological level overnight.
A good range to be in for most men is 500 to 1000. Life does not change for most whether they are at anywhere in this range.
There might be no need for an AI with 100 mg per week. I don't use one. A good E2 number is less than 50 with T at 500 to 1000.
Quite a few men complain of symptoms while on TRT in this forum. If you test in the high normal range for T and with normal E2, then something else might be wrong.
What do you mean by "not enough?" TRT is not going to produce a state of well being beyond what eugonadal people have on the regular.
Also, if you have been untreated while hypogonadal for a long time, it may take some time to feel 100% like your old self. It was after six months till all symptoms were resolved for me.
You might also have problems because of high E2 because medicinally speaking, your dosage is high, which will cause supraphys levels of E2, and you likely can have better results with less medication (T in the 500 to 1000 range and E2 in the normal range too).