Well, after spending alot of money on an expensive pillow top bed, I started to have terrible pain and stiffness in my lower back and my right leg. I didn't know what it was. But it was horrible. And I suffered for months with it. I even started to get numbness in my feet. Finally, I decided to try flipping the mattress over, even though the store had told me you shouldn't do that. Well, the firmer side was exactly what I needed! I finally felt like my back and hips were being supported and I slept better and didn't wake up with the back pain. And of course, it's way past the return date. So now I'm stuck with an expensive bed that I can only sleep on one side of. If it ends up getting bad in a year, I'll just get a cheap mattress and keep the frame and boxspring. I knew I needed a rock to sleep on. But I had the bad fibro pain when I was in the furniture store and I picked a bed that wasn't hitting those points. All the beds in the furniture store seemed too soft to me. I'm the type that needs a firm rock or I end up with back problems. Just wanted to post to let anyone else know who is thinking of buying a soft pillow top bed, you might want to rethink it. I didn't want to believe that it was the cause of my pain because I had spent so much on it. But once I flipped it over to the side without the topping, there was a huge difference. I still have leg pain from getting on and off the bed. It was much lower in the store. And when they delivered it and set it up, it was like a foot higher. I'm yanking a muscle or ligament out of my leg getting on and off it. I've been using a stepstool, but even with that, I'm still having a problem. It's amazing how much a bed can hurt and ruin your life.