Hey, I've had Apple Music for around one year. The ability to download albums to my iPhone is good. Very good, actually - although it makes my 320GB SSD iPod somewhat redundant, which is frustrating. However, radio is how I listen to most music now - as I like variety. It seems if I click on 'Jazz' or 'Chillout', I basically get a single playlist, which I quickly know all the tracks of within a few days. These aren't actually radio stations at all, no? I am struggling to find anything new I want to listen to (don't care about commercial pop music, at all). In contrast, when I log into my girlfriend's Spotify, there seems to be loads of combinations of cinematic music, chillout etc. Basically, it seems like Apple Music is great for 15 year olds following the charts; whereas Spotify is for people who actually like discovering innovative, unusual music. Am I wrong, or missing anything?