I looked for an answer to this and found none. If I want to download a sub-128 kbps file and get it on my iPhone immediately, how does one go about this? The file isn't eligible to be uploaded to the cloud, and it doesn't show up on my "Recently Added" playlist. Prior to iCloud, I would simply have the "Recently Added" playlist set in the "Music" tab of my iPhone in iTunes to sync automatically. That way, I would add the music file to iTunes, sync, and the file would be available on my iPhone via the "Recently Added" playlist. Now, after adding the file, I get nothing in my "Recently Added" playlist, and there isn't even an option to select which playlists get synced to my iPhone. Anybody have an idea re: how can I get an "ineligible" (sub-128 kbps) music file directly from my computer to my iPhone now, without using Dropbox or a similar workaround? I want to add the file and have it available after a sync. Thanks for any ideas. ---------- Hmmm... I guess one way is to change the file to "Audiobook" and manage it that way. I'll try that, but if anybody has a better idea, I'm all ears.