Well, this depends entirely on what you plan to do with your response surface. We have no idea what you want to do with it, so we can't answer that. Here's what you should do: ask yourself, "what is the worst thing that could happen if this response surface is not accurate enough?"
If you are building a nuclear reactor, and the answer is "hundreds of people will die" then you might want to spend another few years on it.
If you are writing the physics engine for a video game, and then answer is "the physics in the game will be slightly unrealistic" then you might not need to spend any more time on it.
Somewhere in between might be a project where the answer is "nobody gets hurt but my company could lose $X". In that case spend time on it in proportion to the value of X versus the cost of your time in improving it.