Okay, guys, I have a question regarding Saatva. I know most people do the whole introduction thing, but what can I say, I’m not new to the forum, and I’m quite anxious to get an answer to this question, so listen contently. I’ve heard wonders about Saatva everywhere, how they’re so great in general, as a company and of course individual posts that rave about how great it feels and looks, the posh euro pillow-top and whatnot that gets customers going, and their website has a billion good reviews about it. No doubt that it is a great company that sells good products that often seem to please their customers. All well and good. A lot of the reviews have to do with the friendly customer service and their ability to stay calm and be polite in general, many others are about how great they feel, the feeling that comes from the initial contact with the mattress. About this, I’ve heard plenty and checked out two different models in a retail store a couple of blocks away from me, and I have to say, I agree. It was so plush and soft while supporting my back just fine. It was the whole package indeed. But I guess the primary concern I had was no one ever mentioned anything about its durability. This was surprising, considering that how long a mattress is going to last is a pretty serious question to me and something I’d pay attention to before buying any mattress. I guess it is a little weird that Saatva has sold so many mattresses till now, yet there is not one review on any forum or their official website that states, perhaps the durability is good or bad? Isn’t that something they should’ve paid attention to? I mean, granted it may not be the best in terms of durability, but we, as customers, have the right to know if it doesn’t right? Something eerie about that. Further, I am no expert in the biz, but I believe that it has something to do directly with the quality of the materials used in the mattress construction? I remember reading somewhere that quality/durability was sort of like this symbiotic relation, where both were interrelated, often more than customers knew! If they are edgy about its strength and sustenance, or maybe took down any negative comments that said the durability was bad, perhaps this is due to the lack of good quality used in the materials? I’m sorry, it’s just a little hard to believe.