I have about 10,000 songs in my iTunes library, located on a 27" iMac at home. I listen to my music all day long at work, on shuffle. It barely fits on my 64 gig first gen iPad but I've noticed apps are crashing a lot--I'm guessing because I have hardly any space left??? Maybe it's just time to replace it, but that's another issue. To the 27" iMac I sync 2 iPhones, the 1 iPad mentioned above, and 2 iPods. It has worked this way for a few years. I bought a 13" MacBook Air (2013) that I've had for 2 weeks. I'd like to play music on it sometimes. I've been Googling and browsing forums about how to copy the music on my iMac to the Air. I would like to copy everything, but am wary of how to keep them both in sync if I buy something new, which happens all the time! So I came across a posting about iTunes Match. Supposedly for just $24.99/year my entire library will be available to me via the cloud, and I can access it from my Air (and my other devices) without actually having to store the music on those devices??? Is that right? Seems too good to be true. If it is true, is this what I want? Seems like it is..or is there another (free) way? I think it writing all that out I know the answer, but I'd be open to any other suggestions or feedback, thank you!!!