So this morning, I thought I would make a curated playlist from the "For You" section available offline for listening to it on the way to work. I tap the three dot button on my iPhone and choose "Make available offline". Once I found the download section (not so easy), I could see that the songs were being downloaded. Great! The playlist appeared among my own playlists. I tap on it, and... well... how do I know which songs are now available offline? They all look the same as before. No little icon. So I have to go back to the downloads to check if the download is finished. Well, now it's done. Still, no difference between songs that I have made available offline and songs that aren't. I tap on a song's three dot button, and it gives me the option to "Make it available offline". Huh? Wut? I thought I just did that. I tap that option. There is no download, but now the little "offline" icon appears with the song (the one that looks like a small iPhone/iPad). Uhm... I go to airplane mode and try to play the songs. They all play fine - both the ones that I made available offline once and the ones which I made available offline twice (i.e. the ones with the icon). But I have a "remove download" option only for the songs which have the icon. The other ones, I can still "Make available offline", even though they clearly are already. So it seems that there are songs which are available offline and others which are available offlinererer. Like a two class society with no discernible difference from a user experience. All the songs appear in my library, all the songs play offline, but to be 100% sure which ones are really available offline, I have to switch on the "Show Music Available Offline" option. It's not a real crippling issue (as long as there is no offline song limit which would force me to prune the offline-available songs), but it is just a weird mess. What's so difficult with just putting a big fat icon next to every song that I currently have on my device?