I must be a little slow on the uptake. After days of reading threads and frustration with destroyed music libraries, I'm still lost and wish there was a simple explanation of how this is all supposed to work. I am a former iTunes Match subscriber. Pre Apple Music, I cancelled my Match account so I could change iTunes Stores due to moving to a different country/region. When Apple Music was launched, I signed-up for the free trial. At that point everything went South. My old Match music showed-up in AM, once-owned music was now saddled with DRM, and artwork disappeared. I experienced most of the issues others have mentioned. I asked Apple to cancel the trial, which they did. I created a new Match account which is now updating/uploading. Having music stored in icloud works for me and makes sharing easier. My questions is really simple: how is Apple Music and iCloud Music Library supposed to work. Not looking for detailed explanation - I assumed it would be simple. Something like, AM is a subset of the iTunes Library that is available for offline listening with DRM attached. Match music is always safe in iCloud and will never be subject to DRM, plus, you can upgrade to higher quality tracks for music you already have. Simple, right? What am I missing?