Hey, I've been wondering for a good while now if Tidal HiFi is reasonable enough to pay 20€ a month for as I've been testing and comparing it for 2 months so far. As a long-term Spotify user I am able to hear the clarity differences fairly well between the 2 streaming services, but that's the only positive thing about Tidal. For me, the Tidal desktop software is slow, unstable and highly needy on the cpu power. The Tidal algorithms don't seem to work as well as Spotify's when discovering new music, or in general. The playlists tend to shuffle only between 2-3 songs and is only fixed after the app is restarted. Also Tidal lacks some key features in general like crossfading songs on desktop app. How can a 20€ a month service be this horrible to use besides the slightly superior SQ. In contrast, Spotify costs half less and works like a dream. However the sound isn't as dynamic, punchy and clear as Tidal HiFi. I'm really keen to favour Tidal over Spotify, but it's almost impossible since the service is so unusable. I can't have a browser or any other app open simultaneously because Tidal uses so much CPU the fans will start to spin hard and make background noise which defeat the SQ gains' purpose (especially when listening via speakers, disturbs open HP's as well). For now, I'm obligated to stick with Spotify because it's not really smart to pay 20€ for something that doesn't work up to standards. If only Spotify launched their HiFi service. I'm really trying to find a reliable service for lossless so my K712s could perform at their highest level. Spotify isn't bad, but IMO it doesn't reproduce as lively sound as lossless. I'd like to hear your inputs and opinions and whether you've encountered similar issues as I've.