Hey everyone! I want to start the beginning of a (hopefully) wholesome discussion about how we as individual people have our own individual approaches to things. In this case, the 'thing' happens to be Apple Music. Seeing as Apple Music is a diverse collection of many smaller services wrapped into one, I think there are many approaches that could be taken here. As an example, I first started using Apple Music as an extension of my existing iTunes Store library, adding random albums and songs from the Apple Music catalog as I saw fit. This quickly turned into a mess, as I had albums, individual songs, videos, etc. just mixed together with no rhyme or reason. Then came a time a few days ago where I had to reset my entire iCloud Music Library, which is when I started fresh with a new experience. I listened to literally every single playlist that was recommended to me by For You. While this results in a wide variety of music over many genres, it takes a lot of time and effort to curate my library this way. Here we are now then, when I'm about to reset my iCloud Music Library yet again, to try a new approach and form a new experience. A mix between both approaches I listed above, somewhat like Microsoft's approach to Windows 10 (taking the familiar and integrating it into the new.) Now that you've read about my triple-play approach, I want to hear what approach individuals here take to the service. Music is a form of art and expression, something truly personal; the approaches discussed here should truly be the same.