I want to reduce my CD collection. Not liquidate it, just cut it down. I also have about 2 GB of music on a hard drive and currently have Qobuz. What I would like is to be able to listen to all these sources through the same DAC while controlling everything from an IPhone or Ipad Pro. I get the impression that the Bluesound Node could do the job, although I might need to hook up an external DAC to get better sound. Can I connect my Oppo 105 (probably via USB) to the Bluesound, stream from Quobuz at 24/192 and play all my non-DSD files from the hard drive? Can I seamlessly switch between these different inputs, or is there a lot of delay? I do want to avoid having to have a computer on all the time, but I have Seagate Personal Cloud drive that can stream without one, or I could clone the drive and hook it u directly to the Bluesound, but I don't know if there's any point to doing that. It doesn't seem to me like there are alternatives in the under $1000 range that can do all this with what most people consider to be easy setup with a decent app (I know not everyone on this forum likes it). If there are some alternatives I should look at, I'm open to suggestions, but I'm about to have surgery and want to have something that pretty much just works while I'm recuperating. Maybe a Raspberry Pi-based device is cheaper and better, but I don't want to have to do a lot of configuring. Maybe somewhere down the line I'd find that fun, but not right now. Thanks to anyone who responds.