Apple iTunes Match (+ iPhone and RNSe)
(Edit: Long post of crap following - if you cba reading, skip to TL;DR in bold below)
Not sure if this is off topic, but it relates to the RNS-e specifically so I'm guessing not? Apologies if I'm in the wrong place.
Basically I've got an RNS-e with iPod connector. I connect my iPhone 4S to it, I play my playlists and music and such things - all is well and good in the world.
Now, I've got about 80GB of music, which doesn't fit on my iPhone. I've also got an unlimited data connection, and I object to paying £10 a month for Spotify. It's a great service, don't get me wrong, but it doesn't work with the Audi iPhone connector, and I refuse to pay £10 a month when I don't end up owning any of the music - £120 a year is about 20 albums/150 songs, I'd rather just own them.
So, I'm looking at iTunes Match/Amazon Cloud Player/Google Play Music. Basically you pay nothing (Google) or about £20/year (Apple/Amazon) and you can upload 20,000 or so songs, which you still own and don't lose any rights to. But you gain the ability to stream them like Spotify for a 6th of the cost. For me, this seems pretty ideal - I've got 11,000 songs, and I can spend £100 a year on new music while still ending up spending the same as I would for Spotify. Since I already own most of the back catalogue I like, this works. Okay, enough plugging. I've basically settle on iTunes Match, because I've got an iPhone and my music is in iTunes. The others don't play nicely with the iPhone so are useless to me (although I'm using Google as a backup anyway, which I highly recommend)
TL;DR The problem being that I don't know whether iTunes Match works though the RNSe. Has anyone tried it? Do you get playlists/albums/songs displayed properly on the RNSe, and does it work with streaming music or just tracks which are already downloaded? Are there issues with streaming music over 3G at 70mph? Any experiences appreciated.