Hi, I have a question about the iTunes Match service. Although I now purchase all of my music through iTunes (and intend on doing so forever), I do have a big chunk of my library that comes from non-iTunes sources, such as CDs. I'd love to upgrade all of this old music to iTunes-quality and get all the benefits of having iTunes music, including the iCloud service. As I understand it, iTunes Match will do this for me. Now, since I will be buying my music from iTunes from now on, I will only need to do this once. So I'd like to pay the $24.99 just once and not every year. I was thinking that I could do this by signing up for iTunes Match and scanning and matching my whole library so that everything will be in the cloud, iTunes-purchased or not. Then I could delete all of my music from my local hard disks on my Mac, iPhone, etc. Next, I could download my library from the cloud onto each of these devices. Now I should have my entire library on all of my devices as I had it before, except with my old non-iTunes music upgraded to iTunes music, just as though I'd purchased everything from iTunes. From this point on, I could purchase songs from iTunes whenever I want, and they would all be synced to my other devices through the FREE services of iCloud. Thus I would only have to pay the $24.99 once and have a completely iTunes library, with iCloud for future purchases. Does this sound like it would work? Sorry for the long question. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!