Tidal vs Quobuz


Yes I realize the Qobuz is misspelled in the title but I can’t figure out how to update it.  Relax.  
I’ve been a die hard advocate of MqA and Tidal for the last few years. All of my source, preamp, and dac purchased had the prerequisite that they must be MqA compatible. Today, I tried Qobuz for the first time and I’m blown away by the selection of 24bit 96khz files compared to Tidal.
Here’s an example: Was very excited that the band Tool FINALLY added their collection to streaming services. All of the albums on Tidal are CD quality. So I was going to purchase them in higher fidelity on HD Tracks, but learned that Qobuz had them at the highest fidelity. Couldn’t believe it. Same with many other artists/albums I love.

Now is there an improvement in sound quality? No not really. Is the Qobux UX any better? No, in fact it’s slower. But do I get the best quality content for the same price? Yes. Will I subscribe to both? Yes.
System:

Lumin D2 -> Parasound P6 -> Elac Navis ARF 51’s. Fully balanced set up (Nordost) with AQ power cables.
helloitsben
@wsrrsw I mean radio as in the automatic selection of random tracks as in Roon, not actual radio stations that TuneIn delivers.
@highpeakrider

Well does your name refer to snow, ski or bike riding?
@wsrrsw mtb riding, I live in the High Peak in Derbyshire UK.
Qobuz works really well for me as I know the music I want and am happy to browse composers to find new stuff. The big letdown so far is that I can’t load my iTunes playlist and import it all in ALAC. A simple way to do that would be a huge change. Does anyone know how?
For someone interested mostly in both new releases across all genres and deeper dives into what most call "college radio, alternative, singer-songwriter, new psychedelic, etc." how would you rate the availability on Qobuz? 
If I hear something new and different on KRCW, KUTX, WFUV, Tiny Desk Concerts or Austin City Limits am I likely to find it on Qobuz? Cheers,
Spencer