Just seeing what type of sleeping pads are out there. I was hoping to eventually find one that is pleated so that the "air bubble" is more distributed like the newer thermarests. My shoulders are wide and after a full night sleeping on either side, I wake up to very sore shoulders. If I lay flat on my back or on my stomach, my shoulders hang over the edge on both sides of a thermarest which doesn't feel comfortable either. If I sleep on my side, all the weight of my torso seems to go towards the ball of my shoulders, pushing through the sleeping pad, and resting on the ground. I would like to find a new sleeping pad, but don't want to add too much extra bulk. If I have to hike light, I don't mind the thermarest but most of my trips are by freighter canoe and snowmachine. In the spring/summer/fall, all the sleeping bags and sleeping pads go in a sealine boundary pack that's a very large 115liter dry bag, so a little extra bulk won't hurt.