Hey guys, I just wanted to share my experience with you! I bought the Ikea Morgongava a few years back and figured people would like to hear some feedback from customers instead of just questions about the mattress. The story goes like this – This is essentially an all-latex Ikea mattress which is super fancy and comfortable to sleep on. The latex has a blend of both natural (well most of it) and synthetic, giving it a special feel. Now, we were going through a bit of a situation at home with our teenaged daughter, who was going through the whole “vegan” phase and was starting to embrace her environmental friendly side. This mattress was the only one that had as many natural products used in its construction as our budget could hold, and hence we bought it for her (placing her previous perfectly sound mattress in our guest room). She isn’t aware of the tiny bit of synthetic latex, and I hope she changes her mind back to being vegan. There were a couple of things we had experienced with the mattress over the years that I thought I could pen down and share with you guys, aiding those of you who might be considering switching to latex recently. Hope it helps! · This particular model of the Ikea mattress was way too hard/firm. I could’ve sworn we checked it out in the store and made sure that the firmness level was just medium, but the one we bought differs greatly from the one we tried out in the store. This was an issue at first, but she didn’t have any complaints. I guess it’s when you get older that these issues start to bug you as much as you start aching in various parts of the body. Apparently, kids are not affected that much by it, especially my daughter. She slept just fine on it, except the first week when she said it was too hard. I think that after living in the States for close to 15 years now, the tuff has been replaced by fluff! I can’t manage to sleep without just the right amount of cushioning around me. Anyway, we talked to the store about this, and they mentioned that the store mattress has had its break-in period way longer than the one at home and has been tried on by many customers. · Another thing about latex mattresses, in general, is that they are way heavier than normal beds; this is whether it is a king or even just a full-size mattress. Thank goodness my husband, and I did not buy this bed for us because I cannot imagine the giants that we would need to hire to set it up for us. They are even more difficult to move around because they don’t do so well on their own and often collapse. · Since the mattress is super hard at the moment, if it doesn’t soften with time, I do suggest getting a topper for the mattress; it works miracles. My baby can finally sleep well. Further, I learned that the use of Dunlop is most common in latex mattresses and apparently they are way firmer than Talalay (the other type). So if you want a latex mattress that is preferably on the softer side, I’d say, go for Talalay.