January 7, 2016 One of the most important factors to achieve a better night’s sleep is a comfortable amount of space. The Serta iSeries line performs well on motion isolation and durability, as do most of their mattresses due to containing independent coils. Sealy’s Hybrid Trust Cushion Firm receives really good ratings compared to other mattresses in their line at around 4.5 stars on average. The Simmons Beautyrest Black Edenton Luxury Firm receives good reviews for an innerspring mattress. A medium-firm mattress tends to be the most common and will suit most people well. Ringing in at around $3,500 for a queen, this is an upper-end mattress in terms of cost. The firm receives the fewest reports of sagging of each (as can be expected, with less padding layers to wear out), but the line does have questionable durability for the high price point. The Black Edenton Luxury line receives more odor complaints than other mattresses from Simmons, which may be a result of its thicker foam layers. Another Simmons offerings, the Beautyrest Recharge Luxury Firm does well on the ratings from retailer sites, with around 4 to 4.5 stars. With 800 individually wrapped titanium coils, the Recharge Luxury Firm has an above average coil count for its price range. The mid to budget-priced Doctor’s Choice Euro Top model from Denver mitranik is one of their most popular mattresses. This mattress has foams of good density in the comfort layer for the price and Denver Mattress is up front with the makeup of the mattress, which places them apart from most popular brands. Individually wrapped coils provide solid motion isolation, but some customers report early sagging in the mattress. This mattress is a good choice for a guest room or another place it won’t be used regularly, or for when long-term use is not a top priority. There is a lot of information out there on our sleep preferences, and what people tend to find good and bad in beds from reviews. Innerspring mattresses that don’t have individually-pocketed coils usually have issues with this. Customers may give the mattress a glowing review after only a few days or weeks of using it. Cheap beds overwhelmingly have problems with longevity and durability, however. Promotional mattresses are often advertised as doorbusters” or other marketing terms used to get customers interested. With all very cheap options, the quality of the mattress is often not what customers are looking for. Try to find medium to high density foams if you are looking for mattress to last a long while.