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We did end up buying the hand made, foam and latex free bed. It was over the top, but, after daily back pain for years, to suddenly realize my back has not hurt since the day we got it has made the pr

Finally! Took delivery today.  

Well, that ended up being a lot less painful than I thought. I started the day thinking I was going to buy memory foam but I ended up hating them.  I bought the Natural Mattress Stretch recommend

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I put off buying my new mattress until after the holidays.  I guess it is good since I don't need a king size bed anymore (I did already buy a king sized frame already though).  Now I am wondering if it is worth getting a full size instead of queen when I get around to it.  I do have a lot of queen size sheets though.  Damn, I wish I had a new bed. 

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I would rather have paid the $100 extra for the queen myself, it just would not fit my bedroom and frame I already have and I'm cheap enough currently to just deal with that. I will upgrade to the queen as soon as possible when I find a new living arrangement.

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I only have a queen, as that is what my bedroom in Hoboken could support without completely blocking the hallway leading to the living room.  If I was to buy again, I'd go king or california king, but not worth changing now.


Ooh, San Francisco king looks nice!

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We have a California king which provides plenty of room even though I am forced to spend many a night on the couch due to my "inappropriate acerbic humor". 


There are many  more sheet and duvet options for king and California king, never heard of the San Francisco King.

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Went and tried a Casper today in their ridiculous LA showroom. It was pretty nice, but Jackie was not impressed.


We went to a Sit and Sleep, and I walked in there pretty hostile, based on what I know about mattress salespeeps. Tried an Aireloom and was intrigued, then got on a Tempur-pedic Contour Rhapsody Breeze...


Probably pulling the trigger on the Tempur-pedic tomorrow. Jackie thinks it's a little "goopy," but I love the support.


And the cooling layer is cooling.

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