BTW, it looks like this on the clinical menu:
Mode: CPAP, APAP, For Her
Mode: CPAP, APAP
I have used both machines and the sleepyhead data showed a significant difference in how the pressures were adjusted upward and downward.
It's not a fundamentally different machine, just has one additional auto-adjust mode.
So it's not just an EPR adjustment, although I am not a sleep tech so I won't say you can't approximate 'for her' mode by cleverly setting the right switches.
So much of compliance in CPAP therapy is finding a way to be comfortable with all the equipment. An extra mode is a good thing, as it provides more chances to find your sweet spot and get better sleep.
Safe bet is to buy the For Her. Similar price more features.
well, lots of good info in this thread, hope this post is useful to you and not just beating a dead horse.