The Heritage Sleepmaker Hyde Cushion Firm does feel a bit hard and uncomfortable. It has a nice bounce to it but otherwise pretty unremarkable.
The Heritage Sleepmaker Cornish Plush has a noticeable sinking feeling which does compromise spinal support. It has a nice little bounce to it.
The Heritage Sleepmaker Eureka Plush is comfortable and spinal support is reasonable but not exceptional. It has a nice little bounce to it.
The Sealy Posturepedic Cotton Touch Plush has a fairly nice mix of comfort and support. Still a little bit ‘wobbly’ on the top layer as many Sealy’s are.
The Sealy Posturepedic Rochester Plush has that familiar Sealy top layer which feels a bit flimsy and really quite uninspiring. For the price there are much nicer options available.
The Sealy Posture Premier Brighton Plush is noticeably bouncy and doesn’t seem to support the body very evenly. Feels a bit flimsy on the top layer as well.
The Sealy Posture Premier Glenmore Firm has the typical Sealy unsteadiness to the top layer and feels average and unremarkable. Build quality is fair for the price.
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.