Okay...found this topic after a long afternoon of browsing the Internet for several music locker options.... I have about 160GB of music, translated into just over 7,000 songs. I get a little tired of having to keep my music synched across my iMac and Macbook Pro. I also would rather not have to dedicate 160GB of space on my 500GB SSD drive. So, recently I bought an external Western Digital "My Passport" drive and moved my iTunes folder into it. I can now simply plug it into my Macbook Pro whenever I want to listen to music on it. ....but then I got thinking.... What if I just used a cloud service to store all my music and then be able to access and stream it whenever I want? First I looked at "make your own cloud" devices like Pogo and TonidoPlug that turns your external hard drive into an iCloud storage device. However, both devices seem to have their limitations. Then I saw AMAZON CLOUD PLAYER. For $25 a year I can keep my entire music collection uploaded and accessible from any WiFi or cellular connection (though I doubt I'll use expensive cellular service data to stream). What's kind of cool right now is that it seems some of you here may be using this service already. So, I have a few questions... 1. Music Match worries me greatly. I don't like the idea of a service taking my CD rips and downgrading it to 256kbps. I can tolerate it just as long as it doesn't touch what is on my hard drive and only what gets stored in Amazon's service. In other words, I still plan to keep my music library on my iMac. Those will have my original CD-ripped versions. Can I be certain that Amazon's Music Match will only downconvert music uploaded to their service and not what remains on my hard drive? 2. I take great pride in obtaining hard-to-find extended versions of songs (many from the 70s). So, if I have a 7 minute album version of Come and Get Your Love by Redbone, will Amazon replace it with the widely known 4 minute version? I am hoping that the service will recognize that there is a difference in length in my version from theirs and will leave it alone. 3. Does Amazon Cloud Player retain the Playlist structure from your iTunes library? Is it as simple to find songs via search as it is on iTunes? 4. I see that Amazon Cloud Player works very well on the iPad. Can the same be said for the iPhone? I suppose those are my questions for now. Thank you in advance to anyone that wishes to answer them.