I've been thinking about this since I started using the service. Since the service treats music from the Apple Music catalog as distinct songs from their counterparts that already existed in our libraries, it results in duplicate songs with the play counts spread across all of them. If you're like me, you want all the play counts and library data to fall under one song; that way it is the same in all its playlists and versions. Some of my albums have matched to their Apple Music counterparts but not with any pattern I can detect. Can any of you think of a way to consolidate all versions of a track in a way that there's only one left? The only thing I can think of is to add Apple Music versions of music you already own, update their play counts and delete the copies you had originally. This seems like it would take ages so I'm hoping for another solution.