Hi, I know there's a bunch of threads about these but I couldn't make sense out of them for my situation. I pretty much understand everything about the entire iTunes/iCloud situation, but one thing I'm still on shaky ground on is the local storage of songs that are in the cloud and also stored locally in my MBP or iP4S. Synching of music from computer to iPhone was simple before and straight forward, this time it's a bit different. I did my "last" sync prior to match (of course) and so I have a considerable amount of locally stored songs on my iPhone. Now, here's the part where I get confused. It seems like there is no more synching when it comes to music because that's all done wirelessly. Some of the songs I have in my iTunes, I have deleted and downloaded the higher quality version to be stored locally. I'm pretty sure there's no way to get that on my phone. And I'm also pretty sure that my phone still has the lower quality version since they are two different local devices. I might be wrong. I know the process of deleting songs and downloading the higher quality for my phone as well, but this is tedious. I don't plan on doing that for everything. For instance, I have a playlist that I want to make sure is all high quality. I would think that I could delete/download from there, but I can't. The app makes go the song category and look exactly where the song before I can delete it. The search function doesn't help. I really don't want to go from screen to screen, swiping across the screens. It's tedious. Plus, I have ~13K songs so it's not going to be easy to wade through the songs. Is there a faster way? Is there a select all function? or select several at a time for a mass deletion? I really want a select few of my music to stay stored in my iPhone for various reasons, I'm adamant about that. That's partly the reason I got the 64GB, which is now full again. The rest can stay in the cloud. Anyway, any guidance or help that you can offer would be great and appreciated. Thanks in advance!