Sandman: I am curious as to what the difference is between Aerus and Sensus...could you please expand on this?
As an aside, I had long ago rejected memory foam after a horrible three nights in a B & B on a Tempurpedic a few years ago. After my husband had major surgery this fall, we needed to sleep separately, so he moved to the guest bedroom that has a run of the mill PU mattress but soon found it too firm for his battered body. So we got the NovaForm 3" topper from Costco as an short-term solution for this foam bed and it was just the ticket for him. When we first got it, I tried it for a nap and found it too firm under my hips and shoulders. But now, after 4 months of him sleeping on it, it has softened enough that I can sleep on it too. So, the king Serta upstairs has been abandoned for the queen foam. Finding it ridiculous that we are cramming ourselves onto a queen when we have an empty king (that is not as comfortable) has sent us on a search for a new king foam bed (can't do latex, been there, done that, flobeds people were great but it just didn't work - I won't repeat the lonnnnnng story, suffice to say it is in this forum's archives).
So, back to my original question on this page: Aerus vs Sensu.