So I've got the whole circus enabled right. Music, iCloud Music Library. Supposed to keep my whole library in sync across all my devices, right? Well, not so much. Yesterday I deleted some playlists on my Mac in iTunes 12.2 and added a cd that I bought on eBay. Normally, what I do after, is sync whatever I did on my Mac to my iPhone through USB. When I tried that, iTunes said I have iCloud Music Library enabled so it wouldn't let me physically sync between my Mac and iPhone: the Cloud was supposed to take care of that. What? So I thought, okay maybe iCloud will sync whatever I did to my iPhone overnight. But no, it didn't. All the playlists remained on my iPhone, the ones I deleted, and the new CD I ripped was nowhere to be found. So I was forced to disable iCML on my iPhone, deleting all my Music songs in the process, sync the new album and playlist situation from my Mac and then enable iCML again after all that to get my Music songs back. How insane is this? There has to be an easier way??? How about just letting me sync manually with iCML turned on!