|2007: not your grandpa's boxspring|
"It's like trying to do it in quicksand," one owner writes on an Internet message board. New York sex therapist Sari Eckler Cooper couldn't be clearer: "There's a lack of resistance for the knees and feet. And whoever is on the bottom is sinking into the bed."Sales figures don't lie:
mattress shoppers are weighing the risk -- bad sex -- against the promise -- good sleep -- and are voting with their eyelids: They choose to snooze.Five years ago, we splurged on a pricey alternative to foam, the Select Comfort adjustable bed. The air mattress technology does not envelop the user as much as foam does but still makes for a good sleep. As for the other dimension, well, I can't speak to that because I'm out when the head hits the pillow.