My brother was telling me about his iTunes Match setup an I'm intrigued, but really wondering if it's worth it for me. Here is my current setup: Mac Mini: Houses all of our family's music and media. iTunes is always open and Home Sharing on as well. MacBooks and PCs in the house: All are networked to that Mac Mini and can play everything in iTunes shared from the Mac Mini via Home Sharing. iPods/iPads/iPhones: When in the house on the same network, can also play everything from the Mac Mini via Home Sharing. 2 Apple TV devices (2nd gen and a 3rd gen) All computers and iOS devices use the same Apple ID for iTunes/Apps. From what I have read and understand, the only real benefit of iTunes Match (for me) is: Can connect to the Mac Mini library when not at home on the iPhones and stream music and playlists (similar to Pandora). But can my wife and I simultaneously stream music to our iPhones if we are both out and about? Or only 1 at a time? The other benefit that I have seen from other posts is that it will convert songs to 256k AAC format. But for me, I have most of my ripped music in 320k MP3 that I don't want changed. If I get iTunes match, will it automatically convert all of them or only any tracks it finds that are not at least 256k quality? This part I am unclear on and is my main hesitation for subscribing to iTunes Match. I do not want those 320k MP3s altered.