The Sealy Posturepedic Rochester Super Firm feels hard and firm and offers very little pressure relief or comfort. Would likely be too firm for most, especially side sleepers.
The Sealy Posturepedic Cotton Dream Deluxe disappointingly feels flimsy and unstable on top, remarkable considering the price. Comfort and spinal support are ‘OK’.
The SleepMaker Byron Ultra Plush feels expensive but it doesn’t seem to support the body as evenly as well as we would have expected. Obviously very well built.
The SleepMaker Bondi Plush immediately feels expensive. It has a nice collection of puffy pockets on top which offer a very nice mix of comfort and spinal support.
The SleepMaker Noosa Plush has a network of light puffy pockets on the top layer which offer nice pressure relief and spinal support. Edge support is lacking a little.
The Heritage Rouse Cushion Firm has a nice firm feel and very good spinal support. It doesn’t offer much pressure relief so it would generally be more suitable for back sleepers.
The Heritage Botany is well built and as such feels strong and stable. It has a nice mix of comfort and spinal support and partner disturbance shouldn’t be a problem.
The SleepMaker Mezzo Mattress has a light, bouncy feel to it and a visually appealing stripey line pattern on top. Comfort and support are quite decent.