The Madison Times Square has a somewhat “rubbery” feel to it which may not be to everyone’s liking but it is very well made and offers a nice comfort level.
The Madison Broadway has a spongy feel to the top layer which is quite firm and dense. It provides very good spinal support and would suit those who like a firmer feel.
The Madison Grand has a spongy top layer with a slight sinking feeling to it but overall it is comfortable and supportive. Partner disturbance is minimal.
The Madison Plaza has an noticeable sinking feeling which seems to compromise spinal support. Perhaps OK for those who like a softer, ‘cloud like’ feel.
The Madison Grosvenor has a bit of a “heavy and firm” feel to it, but still reasonably comfortable and has good spinal support. Partner disturbance is minimal.
The Madison Waldorf feels soft and “spongy” and as such it may not provide adequate spinal support. Partner disturbance is minimal.
The SleepTailor® Luxe is a very nicely made mattress that comes in firm, medium, and plush versions. A very well built mattress.
The SleepTailor® Bespoke comes in a firm, medium, and plush version which all have a nice mix of comfort and spinal support, depending on your preference.
The SleepTailor® Craftsman is a nicely made mattress that comes in firm, medium, and plush versions. You can select a specific version for each side.
The Slumberland Devon feels solid and well built. It’s on the firmer side of the scale but should be comfortable enough for many. Excellent spinal support.
The Slumberland Cornwall is a very good mattress. A firmer feel with excellent spinal support. Partner disturbance won’t be an issue either.
The Technogel Sereno has a top layer that feels really nice to lie on. It supports the body well and still offers nice pressure relief through the hips and shoulders.