If, when you wake up in the morning, you're unsure how well you slept, you have two options: you could stop and think for a second about how you feel, or drop $390 on a Japanese pillow that counts how many times you move your head during the night. Personally, option one has been working pretty well for me for the past couple decades, but if you lack the rudimentary self-awareness that it takes to realize whether or not you're tired, perhaps the Lofty Pillow would be a good purchase. Okay, who am I kidding? There's no way this is a good purchase. Nearly $400 to count how many times your head moves? Are they serious? This isn't even about not sleeping well, it's about not knowing whether or not you're sleeping well. As anyone who's ever not been able to sleep through the night can tell you, if you don't recall a bad night's sleep, you didn't have one. If you're really considering buying this, a better use of your money may be to pay someone $390 to punch you in the face until you come to your senses. The shipping is free on that one, and you won't have to wait 'til September to get it.