Ligne Roset is brand new for 2009 — I got to see it in person after it was delivered to the Park Avenue South showroom and I was very impressed. Unassuming in presence, I wasn't even aware it WAS a sleeper sofa at first — until a pull on the back cushion started the smooth transformation from sofa to bed. The Mostra has one of the easiest transitions from sofa to bed I've ever experienced. It uses a patented Lampolet mechanism that takes care of the heavy lifting. Remarkably, all the cushions stay on the sofa as it transforms to a bed — meaning you don't have to have a place to store them. As a sofa, it is quite firm but still comfortable. This is a pricey, but high quality sofa bed. It would be ideal for someone who normally has difficulty transforming a sleeper. The solid color upholstery shown here is rather plain, but Ligne Roset has many colorful solids and patterned upholstery to choose from — they're French, after all! All cushions have removable covers. MANUFACTURER Ligne Roset PRICE $5,655 (as shown) DESIGNER Didier Gomez DIMENSIONS 31"H x 81"W x 37.75/83.75"D Mattress height 22'' TRANSITION EASE A Aaron will be profiling a different sleeper every week. Is there one you're curious about? Let us know in the comments.