Hey y’all. So we made a quick trip to Leon today, which for those of you who do not know, is a Canadian mattress store. We have seen some great choices there, and the reviews are always good for it, so we decided, what the hell. Sadly enough, the salesman granted to us today was very annoying, and it seemed as though he badly wanted to make the sale, and was pushing us to make a hurried decision. This pissed me off, and when we told him we were here only for reviewing and that mostly our purchase would be made through means of online purchasing, he showed us attitude and stormed off. Now I know that this is usually not the case with all Leon employees because in the past two months we have been walking in and out of that store and have a regular salesman who is allotted to us. For some reason today he was not in I suppose, because the manager sent this hot head to us, ruining my day. But honestly, I couldn’t give two craps, because the main reason I went there was to find the ideal mattress for my hubby and we have been thinking for a while now about this decision. Anyway, we have had a memory foam mattress from Tempur-Pedic which was a good choice, because it lasted us a good 3-4 years, before it started to sag and become a tad bit uncomfortable. Truth be told though, it is still doable, just that we had some money saved up for some new furniture, and decided while we were going with that, we might as well go for a new mattress as well. Our Tempur-Pedic is still with us, but we’ve kept it in our daughter’s bedroom because she didn’t seem to mind the amount of sag and had been complaining that her bed was excessively firm. She sleeps like a log now on our old Tempur-Pedic, so we are all happy. My husband and I are sleeping on her old mattress until we get our new mattress, and while my husband enjoys this mattress, I find it rather firm. It is not hurting my back as such, but it’s not the amount of comfort I was looking for. The mattress is a Twin XL size, which allows us both to sleep on it (we are both of small stature), but my husband has been feeling pretty uncomfortable on it lately and has been sleeping in his sleeping bag. We thought of taking back our old mattress for another month or two from our daughter until we buy this new mattress, but she is making a big fuss over it so we might have to make this purchase sooner than we’d expected. Now that we are aiming to have it shipped over the next two weeks, we have to decide on a mattress first. We are definitely not getting the memory foam, and the more I’ve been reading on it, I am finding myself drawn to the latex option. I’ve also read that a common misinterpretation is that latex is compatible with everyone, and this is not the case. So I want to make sure I get a latex mattress that has a durable trial period, so we can try it out for a good amount of time before having to return it. Also, we are hoping we won’t have to return it because sleeping on the XL twin/sleeping bag is not an option we want to have to tap it again. Further, we checked for latex mattresses in Leon and were not able to find any . So we are back at square one, with zero knowledge on the topic (except for what is written on forums) and badly need some insight from anyone who has used latex mattresses (preferably right after memory foam mattresses?). Also, we want to get something of good quality, even if that costs a little more (as I said, we have some amount saved up for this), but don’t have any experience with that. Want suggestions that are both durable as well good quality. I am not looking for an online purchase, and Leon did have two options that had latex – one fully latex mattress and the other that had a latex pad. Which one do you think is better? I haven’t tried them out yet, and want to make sure they have good reviews before I go back there (don’t want to run into that salesman again ). If anyone has any knowledge on these two, please shine some light here. Also, since it’s Sealy, something about the brand too? I have heard its good, but I see a lot of hate here and there. Much appreciated.