Stuff wears out faster when you fulltime - and one of the things that goes pretty quickly is the one side of the east-west queen that faces the bath and livimg area. The nicer pillowtop mattress that came with the Eddie Bauer cannot be flipped or turned (I'm putting in a tankless water heater Friday so why not blow some more money on comfort?)
I came up with an idea which I hope will be brilliant
... but only time will tell. The RV queen is 60 X 75 and the airstream sideways queen has that cut for the wall curve on the top.
My solution? Make 2 pieces, one 15 inches long and 60 inches wide... that tapers down to 9 inches om the top edge. The main piece is 60 x 60 square... and can be turned any time, or even flipped because it's a real two sided foam mattress!
I'm going to use a light mattress topper to minimize the break between the pieces and I use a rubber mat to keep the current one from shifting. I'm not worried about the.top piece getting a divot worn in one place because my head is pretty empty.
I'll report on how it works out.