The DudsWhen Steve Jobs introduced Apple's iTunes Match back in June it sounded really good. For $24.99, you'd be able to store all your music up in the cloud (even stuff you didn't purchase from Apple) and have access to it from any of your Apple devices.
Well, theory and practice haven't quite matched up yet (excuse the pun) as iTunes Match has proved more arduous to set up than most people thought (the scan and match process is very slow). And we keep running into people who say they're just not using it after signing up. Another problem: those with extra-large music libraries need not apply (the limit is 25,000 songs).