The Hallet Firm available at Amart Furniture feels bouncy and flimsy, not surprising for a Sealy mattress. Edge support is quite good and overall spinal support is decent.
Sealy Posturepedic Performance Venture Firm has that typical unsteady, flimsy top layer. It does have good spinal support but for the price you can get better.
The Sealy Posturepedic Performance Enterprise Medium has a bouncy, flimsy top which gives a lot of partner disturbance. It feels OK to lie on but overall a bit disappointing from our end.
The Sealy Posturepedic High Performance Vibrance Medium is comfortable and supportive but still has a sense of unsteadiness on the top layer.
The Sealy Posturepedic High Performance Fortitude Firm feels firm (as you would expect) and has a limited amount of comfort materials on the top layer.
The Sealy Posturepedic High Performance Ambition Plush is soft and comfortable and does have a slight sinking feeling. Certainly one of the nicer Sealy mattresses we have tested.
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 Elite Visco Medium is comfortable and comes with a spongy top layer that provides good support, but not quite as good as the Elite Latex Medium.
The Elite Latex Medium has a nice comfortable top layer that is very comfortable should provide most people a good mix of comfort and support.
The Elite Gel Medium has a top layer that contains a network of foamy pockets which have a slight sinking feeling but support is still good once you get settled. Partner disturbance is very minimal.