Hi all-- I'm hoping some of you can give me some advice on a change I want to make with my family's Apple ID setup. Here's the situation: My wife and I got iPhones long before there was such thing as family sharing. To avoid double purchases of music, books, apps, and other things, we just used the same Apple ID and of course were always careful to make sure we set up iMessage and FaceTime and things like that so that she only gets the calls and messages she's supposed to get and I only get the calls and messages I'm supposed to get. The problem is that this is no longer an optimal way to use iOS. There are so many other devices and services in our house now, it just doesn't work well anymore. We have my son's iPad and iPod Touch on our shared family plan, and that setup works beautifully. He can use our Apple Music family plan and any apps or other items we've purchased (Other than in-app purchases), but has his own Apple ID. So here's my question--how would it work if I had my wife log out of her devices, log in with her own ID, and then I added her to our family plan instead? My theory is that as soon as I added her back into the family share, her apps would all continue to work as-is, and I know from experience that her access to Apple Music will be fine. We share an iCloud calendar, so I would have to add her in to that share so that we can continue doing that. We are heavy users of the Home app for our Hue lights and some other smart devices too, but I know I can just share the Home out to her just like I do with my son's iPad. Have any of you attempted this before? Are there any major drawbacks that I'm not thinking of? Would much appreciate any advice.