I was looking for something that could give me a good night's rest and I found it. It's pricey but prices vary so check around. There is a regular size and a large size. The regular size weighs 3 lbs 2 oz. I use it for kayak camping so weight is not much of a consideration but size is. I have to be able to stow it in through one of my hatches.
The bow frame comes in several pieces including aluminum poles and nylon feet. It took me a while to get the hang of putting it together but it's really a breeze. It raises you about 3 or 4 inches off the floor and is especially appreciated during wet weather camping when wet gear can leave an occasional puddle that might get your a more conventional pad and bedding wet.
I would recommend it to anyone that needs to upgrade to a better system than the pads and mattresses for whatever reason.
The comfort is fantastic, and keeps me off the ground even though it is only a few inches tall. No pressure points to deal with like a sleeping pad which is something I'll never use again.
The only drawback is that it takes a little stretching to get it in the door of my small two man Kelty tent that I use solo. It is expensive, but I've never slept so well while canoe camping (used it on a recent week long trip).
Money well spent.