Getting a full night's rest can give you an almost unfair advantage over others, making it no wonder people consider "sleeping around" to be cheating. See just how accomplished you are at sacking out, with Lark
The results of a tireless study of some of the nation's most bullish dozers, Lark is a silent-alarm and sleep-analysis app downloadable to any opposite-of-orange device (iPad, iPhone, iPod, etc), and sync-able with a Bluetooth-equipped, super-soft wristband that directly monitors sleeping patterns and wakes you in a timely, quiet manner via a noiseless vibration (sorry, theremin).
Simply set the time you want to greet the day, then lay down and let the C-SPAN kick in. Come morning, not only will you be gently ushered back into the world, Lark'll also hit you with an elaborate readout breaking down how long it took you to fall asleep, time slept, sleep cycle, # of times during the night you woke up, and an overall quality score of 1-10 -- if you're waking up with anything less than a 6.5, you should probably quit drinking.
If you're the upgrading type, there's also a Pro version that will analyze your sleep over the course of a week, give tips for better sleeping, and even tell you in a broad sense what type of sleeper you are -- though of course if you spend all your time in bed, you're almost certain to be a round one.