So, my boyfriend and I have both our iTunes purchases and music in one library, but have separate Apple IDs. (Two iPhones, 1 iPad). I've already noticed that if I have one of his purchased apps on my phone and there is an update available it won't let me update the app without entering in his password and inputting his credit card information in. I thought you could basically authorize up to 5 computers and 10 devices to use content you purchased so I don't understand why I have to continually enter a password and billing material every time an app has an update...especially because technically his phone is on my AT&T account and associated with my social security number...but regardless... So now with the "iCloud" and "iTunes Match" is it going to be even more difficult to share purchases? Will it essentially weed out anything that I didn't purchase and ask for a password every time? For music, could I get around this by burning the music to a cd, then uploading it again into my iTunes libary? (pain in the ass!) This wasn't entirely clear in all the press today so I'm sorry for my confusion...any help understanding this would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!