Okay, I have three iTunes accounts associated with stores in three different countries. I use my main account to establish connection with iCloud. Currently, I have about 23,900 songs matched to uploaded on the iCloud/Match system. All well and goo until I try to download a TV show using an account from another country. In order to accomplish this task, I have to use iTunes to connect with (let's say) the Australian iTunes service (for which I might have an account). Upon establishing contact with the Australian service, iTunes loses connection with my main account. and thus with iCloud and the Match service. Once I have finished in the Australian service, and in order to re-establish connection with iCloud/and iTunes match, I have to sign into the service again and iTunes goes through the 3 step process of identifying my songs, matching songs and finding artwork. Is there any way to avoid this laborious time consuming and bandwidth hogging process? In addition, I guess I am surprised to find that the 50MB of space that I purchased on the cloud is empty. Why can't I upload my music to the cloud for later use. I am leaving my country for a couple of months and hoped that I could put music on the cloud and turn off my home computer. Is there any way to accomplish this task? I guess that I am learning that iCloud is not a remote hard disk. If that's the case, I think that I ant my money back - sorry to say - that's a first for me with Apple.