Im impressed with iTunes Music Match but at the same time I really question its value. The thing I love most about Pandora is that it's NOT my playlist. I love the music I bought/ripped but I'm also sick of it so when I punch in an artist in Pandora then it usually pulls up similar music that I haven't heard. So even if you get Genius to work on your iPod/Match combo then youre still pulling from that stale library you have on your home computer, but now you've added the "feature" of downloading those tracks and hunting to delete them when youre done. For me, its easily worth the $25 subscription just to match and redownload thousands of songs in my library of CD's. But what happens next year? Access to my music while on-the-go is pointless because it requires loads of bandwidth and high speed data that I dont have. And services like Spotify seem to be offering a more interesting approach to music. So whats the big enticement that will convince people to renew next year after they're done legalizing their libraries?