iTunes Match is the great music cloud syncing feature Apple brought to us last year. But unfortunately, now that unlimited data features are far and few between, or being throttled, Apple's concept of cloud music has been more or less shattered. I have 10,000 songs in my library. Obviously downloading each and every one would not only take forever, but also consume around 70Gb of data. That said, even with an entry level plan of 2-3 Gb, one is only left with the ability to download 280-430 songs a month, assuming they use absolutely no other data, which is extremely unrealistic. So, can someone please tell me ... what is the value of iTunes Match for someone that isn't constantly on WiFi? That considered, even if you are on WiFi, then chances are you can already access a computer with iTunes anyways, so the ability to have cloud music services is lessened in worth even further.