Let me preface this by saying that I really want Apple Music to be great. I love Spotify, but would love for Apple Music to be just as great if not better, and merge easily with my own iTunes library on my devices. It seems like there is no simple way to use this service at this present moment. If I turn on iCloud Music Library and allow myself to download songs, albums, and playlists from Apple Music, then every time I attempt to do so it undoes the option to only show offline/stored music. This brings in all of the past iTunes purchases and a ton of stuff that I have purposefully left off my phone through syncs with my Mac. Why is this? I am asking for this specific song, album, or playlist to be stored offline for playback, so why does it not just join up with the other music I have synced to my device? This seems like it should be extremely simple. I also don't understand why it always attempts to replace songs that are on Live albums with Apple Music studio cuts. I have an extensive library of live music, and a lot of it comes from legally recorded concerts that are distributed via torrents and I convert them to mp3s for use in iTunes and on my iPhone. I have had many issues with songs either not showing up, being greyed out, or being randomly replaced with an Apple Music copy that is either from a studio album or another live album that is available within Apple Music. Why is it so difficult for them to get this right? All I want is to be able to transfer songs to my devices from my own iTunes library, and have them join up with other songs, albums, and playlists that I download from Apple Music. Spotify does a fantastic job of allowing me to save albums and songs, create playlists, listen to and keep their own playlists, etc., but Apple Music seems to be struggling. Am I doing something wrong here, or is this really as big of a pain in the ass as I think it is?