To me, that's the reason for having a streaming service. I like Tidal's UI and the sound quality is good enough for at least semi-critical listening, not that I have time anymore for serious critical listening. I may have to let my free trial expire until Tidal sets up an algorithm for playing songs based on what you've "liked" previously. Now it's a race for my streaming dollars. If Spotify launches a lossless service, I'll sign up. If Tidal adds a good search/ recommendation algorithm to their service, I'll stay with them. Glad I found this thread, I was wondering if I was missing something with Tidal. I couldn't find a "recommended for you" section. I used to use Amazon's RFY all the time, but their algorithm stinks now.