Apart from Tidal (which I have used but is doubly more expensive than the others), has anyone had a chance to try and compare the other available popular (paid) music streaming services? The ones I'm familiar with, being based in USA: Amazon Music Unlimited Apple Music Google Play Music Spotify I've been using Apple Music but ultimately decided it's not for me. It's nice that I can upload tracks from my library and have them available to stream on any iDevice or computer with iTunes, but the iDevice app seems buggy to me and chews up my precious available storage very quickly. (Neat trick to free up iDevice space - try to rent an HD movie from iTunes store that's larger than your available space. It will fail but does free up space practically every time you try.) Also, not a fan of most of the selection of artists/songs promoted when I'm trying to find new stuff. (Then again, maybe what's popular to the masses just ain't for me, even with popular genres.) I probably should have "loved" more artists/songs for their algorithms to more easily give me what I otherwise have to hunt around for. I wasn't big on creating playlists either. So maybe that's all on me. I believe Spotify has the most subscribers, but I think I'll check out what Amazon and Google have to offer...I know with Google you can upload up to 50,000 of your own tracks as well. Btw this is for straight headphone usage in my case, so other software/device/DAC integration is not a concern for me. I still rely on Redbook or ALAC/FLAC for more "serious" listening. Any pros/cons regarding interface, music selection, general user experience, especially if you've used more than one service?