Apple Music still has a lot to prove as the new kid on the block. Although they are my best all-around streaming service, I have been playing around with Tidal and Google Play trials while my Apple Music account remains inactive although the radio features certainly don't go unused (I do plan to re-subscribe to Apple Music once I've exhausted all my trial options). In order for Apple Music to really be my perfect music service, I would look for these key improvements: - The option for higher sound quality. I tried to get around it, but I can't: Apple Music is not leading the way for sound quality. It sounds very good, but on audiophile equipment can be a little lacking. Regardless, Apple seems to be working on this and hopefully it launches sooner rather than later. - More Beats radio station integration. Unbeknownst to Apple, Beats1 has become my favorite radio station and I have been looking for incentives to subscribing that would enhance the experience but beyond poorly-constructed replay functionality there is not much. This is one of the cornerstones of the service, which Apple knows, and I hope there are deeper features when the 4 other trademarked Beats stations launch. - Offline/carrier mindfulness. I enjoy listening to Beats1; my data limit does not. If Apple could strike a deal with carriers to not count Apple Music towards data limits a la T-Mobile that would be very tempting. Either that, or radio station caching options/downloading replays. - More prominence given to playlists, in turn leading to more quality playlists. Apple's music curators put together some great playlists, it's too bad one has to really dig to find them.