Well, yes. CCF pads are pretty good.
Some of my worst nights were spent sleeping on bare ground during a thru-hike when my old neo-air decided it was going to balloon. It became little more than a ground cloth for about a week when I could not inflate it enough support me. At least with the older pro-lite I had something...unfortunatly, not true with the NeoAir. I well understand the problem.
One of the best pads I have used is the old GG NightLight 3/4. There were no seams pressed into it. With an electric knife, it was very easy to slice this into 11 inch sections, nesting the "bumps." This keeps the 5 layer thickness down to about 2.5", even though it is a bit larger than 3/4" thick. This fit exactly into a GG pack's pad pocket, making an excelent 30pound pack frame without taking up internal volume and without having stuff tied onto the pack, usually exceeding the pack width. Taping things back together gives a pad about 55-57"x19.5".
CCF pads are ultra-reliable, and ultra durable. They are simple to set up and take down. Waterproof, fairly comfortable (provided you are on duff or sand) and they do not go flat...no repair kit needed. They will typically last a couple years. Support??? Ha...for what? A bit of tape and they still work. They do NOT work well on hard ground, rocks, lean-too floors, though. The pack and pad combination I use weighs about 19oz. The pad doubles as a sit pad and extra insulation under my rain jacket.