I honestly don't listen to all that much music these days. However I have about 150gb of music in my iTunes library, from my younger days. I went to go load stuff onto my phone for a big road trip through New Zealand, and it will no longer allow me to add music in iTunes. Ok so I turn on iCloud library on my iMac. It allows me to then download for offline play, but a lot of my music (that I own legally) will now not play, and shows up as greyed out. Also a lot of albums only transferred 2 or 3 tracks. Insult to injury the tracks are on my phones hard drive, but are unplayable without data. What the hell. Do I need to choose between having Apple Music, or having easy access to my own music? If so how is this not a huge scandal? Is their model that you should only stream music? No big deal in the states but I travel a lot international, and mobile data is precious on tour. Please tell me there is some setting I'm not seeing that allows me total local control of my phones music library. If not I am going back to Spotify yesterday.