Howdy, all. For the past couple years, I've been using the iCloud & iTunes Match to host and stream my music library across all of my devices (PC laptop, iPad, and iPhone). It's a handy thing to be able to do, but recent developments have thrown a wrench in that. As some of you may have seen, Apple's design team has decided to not include a headphone jack on the upcoming iPhone 7. That means being forced to use proprietary Apple headphones, sh!tty Bluetooth headphones, or a proprietary lightning port adapter for my current headphones. That is obviously totally absurd and a completely obvious cash-grab on their part, and will likely be the final straw that pushes me over to Android. However, I've become rather spoiled by being able to stream my library anywhere I go, and ditching the iPhone means ditching iTunes. I recently replaced my iPad with a Surface Pro 4, but that still runs iTunes. I won't be so lucky with an Android device. That has got me sniffing around at my other options. So what do you guys know of? What have you tried? What are the advantages/drawbacks of the services out there? Note: I am not interested in a streaming service like Pandora or Spotify or whatever. I'm not looking for the option to listen to music I don't own and be at the mercy of whatever selection a given service has. I want to listen to my own music library; music that I have already purchased separately. Note Pt. Deux: I live in South Korea (for now), and Google Play is currently not available here. I'm hopefully moving to Japan next March, where it is available, but for now it won't be an option. It seems like the best candidate so far with regards to its features, but I won't be able to use it until I'm out of SK. Is it worth waiting for, or should I look at something else? That was all a bit ramblomatic, I know, and I do apologize. I trust you jerks, though, so please humor me and drop some knowledge bombs.