My iTunes master library is on an external HDD attached to a 2015 13" MBP. I have over 8,500 songs, most of which I ripped at 128 Kbps from my large CD collection when iTunes first came out. I have iTunes Match now, and I finally decided to replace my 128 Kbps versions from the matched 256 Kbps versions in iCloud. After backing up my iTunes library, and then following instructions I found online, I created a smart playlist of all my 128 Kbps songs, removed the local copies, and downloaded the matched versions. It worked well and surprisingly quickly, with two glitches: 1) 23 of my songs downloaded at 128 Kbps, even though it says the iCloud versions are 256 Kbps. No problem: I still have the smart playlist showing the 128 Kbps songs, and I still have the CDs, so I can rip 256 Kbps versions. 2) I got an error message saying that about a dozen songs were unable to download. I went to one of the songs from the list. No matter how many times I tried to download it, I got an error, and then eventually a message box saying that the network connection had timed out. Again, I have the songs on CD and can re-rip them. However, I must have closed the error message with the list of songs that didn't download. So I selected my entire library, right-clicked, and clicked Download. Eventually, I got the "Network error" message, but not the list of songs that didn't download. I checked the one song from the list I remembered, and it still hadn't downloaded. So my question is, can I created a smart playlist showing which songs are matched in iCloud but haven't been downloaded to my iTunes library for offline listening? I don't see any obvious option for this. I have the latest versions of El Capitan and iTunes.