I have my entire music library (2,700+ songs) stored in the cloud via iTunes Match and I just updated my iPhone 4S to iOS 6. I'm liking it for the most part, but I'm having an issue... Whenever I play a song in the Music app by default now it seems to simply stream it without pulling the actual file down (even though when I navigate to Settings > General > Usage the amount of stored music listed keeps climbing...?), but there is no cloud icon next to the songs like there was in iOS 5 to tell me for sure. Previously when the cloud icon disappeared you would know you had completely downloaded a song, but now there's nothing visible either way. I love having the option to stream, but the thing is when I want to connect my iPhone to the Pioneer stereo deck in my car to blast some tunes on the road I have to have the whole file stored locally for it to read, or else it won't play. It can't just be streaming in the background, you know? And now since I updated to iOS 6 my stereo deck isn't seeing any of the songs I'm selecting ("NO SONG"), which makes me wonder if my iPhone is even downloading them? Has anyone figured this out, short of tapping the cloud icon for the entire album? I would like to download individual songs and not the entire albums, for reasons of both bandwidth and storage, but I'm not sure how. Thanks!