No. If you sleep on the back or stomach, you might be OK. Sde sleepers do not like these except as a part of another system.
Foam can shrug off punctures that would put any air matress out of commision. So, for long term use, say a season of hiking, they are the way to go.
It will likely take two pads, a blue wally world and a Z-lite, to keep your hips from getting sore. Now, over a couple weeks you "can" train yourself to sleep on your back, but it will be no fun changing a long standing habit.
Another alternative is the Luna pads. These are 3/4" and full lenghth. They can be tailored to your needs, just like the others, to reduce some of their 12oz weight. I use a smaller fan-fold NightLite pad, same thing, really. This was a bit shorter at 69" long (no longer sold) at around 7-8oz. After cutting/taping it was just over 50" and fit into the pad pockets on Gossamer Gear and other packs.
A similar (but longer) pad can still be purchased at Nunatac: http://www.nunatakusa.com/site07/accessories/lunapad.htm. By nesting the bumps/taping this will produce a nice pad for any ground conditions at about 2-1/2" backing thickness in a pad keeper. It does not work real well on hard decks, though. A second "hip" and "knee" pad are still required for side sleepers.