Basically the problem i am having is this... On my Macbook, the iTunes library consists pretty much of songs i have burned from CD's or songs i have downloaded from sources other than the iTunes Store. I have aimed to have a completely separate library on my iPhone , which consists only of songs i have bought from the iTunes store. When Apple music first came about i subscribed straight away as i thought it was a good idea, however since doing this, the songs from my Macbook automatically shared onto my iPhone (I guess through iCloud), without my consent. As i have tried keeping the two libraries separate, this is not something that I want! Not only does this make my iPhone library a complete mess, but i means i have to stream 80% of my songs now via mobile network (the songs from my Macbook), and also for some reason a lot of the songs are greyed out and wont even play! I have figured out that to stop this from happening, all i need to do is switch 'iCloud Music Library' off on my iPhone. This gets rid of all the songs that got transferred from my Macbook and leaves me only with the songs i originally had on my iPhone. HOWEVER, by doing this i can no longer stream songs from Apple music, i can only listen to the ones i downloaded. All i am asking really is this... How do i just have songs purchased from iTunes store on my iPhone, whilst at the same time stream songs from Apple Music, without having the songs from my Macbook being shared to my phone? Many Thanks.