Irving QJune 20, 2019 at 2:39 pm 5 out of 5 I’d never had back problems until I purchased a non-spring bed. After suffering for 3 years trying to adapt to an expensive bed, (that had developed “divots”) I finally had to admit it was the root of my back problems. I wasn’t able to comfort my back while sleeping, doing everything to justify the purchase by filling in the “divots” with all sorts of pillows and cushions etc. only to wake up in severe pain. ONE night on my new Sealy bed and my back stopped hurting. After 3 nights on this bed, I wake up blissed out finally sleeping on a bed that is good for me. Keeping my fingers crossed that it won’t develop sink holes, but something tells me it won’t. btw, I’m 5’6″ 133 pounds and my husband is 5’9″ 158 pounds. We’re not big people and there was no reason for a bed to compress the way the last one did. I’m a big believer that great beds aren’t the most expensive on the market, but they do have springs that keep the bed stable.