I’ve followed your blog for several years as my wife and I have furnished our bedrooms with new mattresses. In 2009, we purchased a Stearns and Foster luxury firm (Montgomery) model. I believe it was one of the first S&F sets with the individual coils. It has since been retired to our guest room as we upgraded to a king-sized bed for ourselves. Our guests love the S&F, my wife loves it, I’m just ok with it. Before purchasing that set, I preferred the feel of the Beautyrest models, but we stayed away from them after reading your blog and learning that Simmons did not use tempered steel in the coils at that time – is this still true? Three years ago, we purchased a Sealy cushion firm (Chatham?) model from Costco. The bed itself has held up ok, with small impressions on each side, but we’re tossing and turning and waking up with some aches and pains – we feel that the bed is too firm. We’re in our mid-30’s and we’re both average height/weight. I understand that you no longer advocate the Sealy/S&F brand after their recent acquisition. We’ve shopped around recently and have enjoyed a Serta (Richford) model and Beautyrest (Francis) model from our local Boscov’s department store. I also liked the Beautyrest Clearwater model at Macy’s. Can you recommend a softer firm model or a firmer plush model without a pillow-top? Given the construction and materials used in current models, how long should we expect a set to last?
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