Hi guys, Would welcome any advice with my iTunes Match subscription: Returned from a trip overseas to find my Matched iTunes library (25,000 tracks, 230 GB) littered with 'Ineligible' under iCloud status, about 500 in total, with duplicates of the same marked as 'Removed' (not by me AFAIK). 'Ineligible' don't play (iTunes just skips to the next track), 'Removed' play locally without difficulty. Neither exist on my iOS devices which access my Match library. I don't subscribe to Apple Music. To figure out what to do to fix this, I tried to resolve with an album's worth of files (ALL my files locally still exist, the trial sample were files I had personally ripped from a CD); I made backup copies of the files (which happily played in iTunes in their 'Removed' state), and deleted them from the iTunes library. My Itunes library (local) files ('Removed') were all deleted, but the 'Ineligible' versions remain, listed as in 'iCloud' from getinfo/File. If I copy the local files back into the local library, after Match does its thing, they get returned to 'Removed' status. If I right click and choose 'Add to iCloud Music Library', nothing happens (I think because the file still exists in the unplayable 'Ineligible' state). How can I get rid of the files in 'ineligible' state in iCloud so I can upload the effected ones again? (I'm really trying to avoid having to upload all 230 GB of files again, given my upload is about 0.2 MB/s!) Anyone have any ideas? I'm getting thoroughly fed up paying for such an imperfect system as Match - starting to think it's much more trouble than it's worth. (seems related to the 'Phantom file I just can't delete' topic from June in this forum).