I came across something peculiar today with my first day of trying Apple Music out. I have a number of devices with different operating systems. With Spotify, although there is a standard limit on the number of devices able to play content simultaneously, each device is essentially capable of not only playing the tracks, but also arranging them. Meanwhile, with Apple Music (which I largely have enjoyed thus far), I seem to be limited by how many machines are tagged with my Apple ID. When I have reached my 5 machine limit, I am still able to play Apple Music tracks and playlists, however, I am unable to create playlists. I haven't seen what else this limitation impacts, but I am absolutely surprised at what I experienced. What's the point of having a streaming music subscription service if I do not have the flexibility to play music on whatever device is capable of utilizing the service? Spotify does not treat me with such suspect motivations and costs just as much. Is this a bug, some sort of overlooked issue, was this intentional? Am I mistaking one step for another?