I'm interested in upgrading my digital music experience but can't see a clear path towards it. I've got a killer vinyl rig but have a growing desire to get my digital listening dialed up. Presently I have a Raspberry Pi streamer and a Topping D50S DAC. I find the Volumio interface with the Pi streamer to be really clunky and/or slow and can't help but think the DAC could be a lot more satisfying. I want to be able to stream the several hundred albums I have ripped as FLAC files and have the option to connect via blue tooth (for simple cell phone and laptop connection), and am seeing myself subscribing to a streaming service (likely Qobuz) in the near future. My trouble is that I'd like to have a do-it-all solution that still delivers admirable results. My definition of "do-it-all" being a streamer and DAC that has the ability to either store or stream my files (which are currently on an external SSD) and can act as a blue tooth receiver (non critical convenience and all). Bonus points for a dedicated cd ripper or connectivity to my standalone drive, and balanced outputs. The top two contenders today are the Hifi Rose RS250 (no bluetooth receiver) and the Gold Note DS-10. I've researched and at least briefly considered the; Lumin D3, Bluesound Vault, Cocktail Audio X45, Cambridge CXN V2, Wiim Pro, Marantz misc., and many others. I understand that the all-in-one devices are full of compromises and that sonically I can do much better w/ a separate DAC and streamer but I don't want separates at this time. I'm looking for digital prowess and accessibility in as few connections as possible. This do-it-all device will be connected to my Yamaha A-S3200. Got any suggestions? Ditch the blue tooth want? Get over the clunkiness and use the Pi streamer w/ a nicer DAC? I'm open to all suggestions and appreciate your different perspectives.