The "My Pillow" has been advertised to hell all over TV. "Call now and we'll give you a second pillow for free and free shipping for $100." You silly rabbit, go to Bed, Bath and Beyond and use your 20% coupons and get them for $40 each. Even with tax you come out ahead, you get instant gratification, you can return them easily if you don't like them... I did that some months ago. Okay, My Pillow isn't bad. They are basically bags filled with torn off pieces of foam. If you sleep like a robot, arms at your sides, nose pointed straight up, they might be okay for you. But not for me. I sleep curled on my side. My old pillows were tossers anyway. I ended up with clean tossers. Yesterday I made a return trip to a bed shop that sells Tempur-Pedic and went straight to the bed I've been thinking of buying. I spent the morning on a date for yoga followed by a shopping trip then lunch at WFM. I was already tired so I lay down on my favorite showroom bed and closed my eyes. My salesman Sol came over and started trying to chat me into buying the bed. I was tempted to tell him what SOL stands for, but resisted my impish nature. I rolled over on my side which is how I usually sleep. The pillow felt good. It felt cool and it nicely adjusted to provide my head with even support, no pressure points. The pillow felt strangely cool, soothing. I asked Sol how much and he named a figure that sounded to me like $200 each after tax for the queen size. Hm... Fitting for a queen? I consider myself a queen. I told Sol he just sold two queen size pillows. I had a nice chat with Sol while he ran the paper and plastic. I didn't even look at it as I signed. I'll get to reviewing the paper and it will probably show $400 and change for the two queen pillows. I drifted off on my couch for a bit then up to my bedroom, brush teeth, hit the horizontal. Then I remembered my new pillows. I busted one open and swapped out My Pillow to Posture-Pedic. That's the last thing I remember from yesterday. My review: Replace a $50 pillow with a $200 pillow? You gotta be kidding me. The Posture-Pedic is easily 4x as good, probably better. Maybe more. There is no comparison. One is a bag full of foam bits, the other is an engineered sleeping system. There isn't any comparison. It's a good thing too because I asked about the return policy and it's "if you are unhappy we can exchange it for something that makes you happy." No refunds. — No problem. The new Posture-Pedic pillow is easily worth 4x My Pillow. In another topic the question was posed: Will more money make you happy? My Fitbit shows I slept 6 hours of uninterrupted sleep from the time my head hit the pillow until the time the sun came in my window. The verdict: I totally recommend the Tempur-Pedic "Tempur-Cloud" Breeze Dual Cooling (queen) pillow at just south of $200 retail. The salesman discussed something about that cooling system. I ignored him. The pillow felt good, supporting, face towards the ceiling or curled up on my side. I think I was playing music when I went to sleep but I don't even remember. I was dead for 5 hours! Well my Fitbit said I got 5 hours of sleep, 30m of REM, 24m of deep, the rest in light. (I had at least an hour nap before going up to bed.) The salesman had it wrong that the pillow was designed to maximize REM sleep. I didn't bother to correct him that all stages of sleep have important benefits. REM sleep is of course when your brain is filing your short term memory into your long term memory system. It's also called dreaming sleep because that's when you dream. Both light and deep sleep are important stages of sleep. I learned that during my college studies in BA Psych. I'll have to look into that dual cooling thing. Old SOL sounded like he was saying something but I was tired from shopping (and yoga) and didn't even listen. I'll look into it today, later. He said it was supposed to cool off or heat up your brain to some optimum sleeping temperature. Maybe. All I can tell you is I had a great night's sleep! — Worth it!!!