I haven't read a single reply regarding indexing that says that it's going to be better or "fixed", I love your optimism, but I'm just not drinking that kool-aid at this point in time.
I have been talking to a rep from the CUE team on the phone. So, there is more that I am hearing than what has been posted here.
However, even what I am hearing is conflicted.
I believe that it was Codeman that stated in this thread that he had similar problems with his iPod not playing and that there was a fix on the way.
EDIT: Here is his exact response in post #22
However, in the last phone call I had with a CUE rep, I was told that in order to have the information (cell phone contacts and iPod index) properly stored for faster access, there needs to be a hard drive. Not all vehicles have a hard drive in them.I have experienced the exact same song matching issue in the car that I have been driving and it was also driving me up the wall. I filed a report and was told that it had been corrected. I just don't know when that particular fix will be rolled out to customers, but I have been assured it has been fixed.
So, I am being cautiously optimistic that a workaround fix has been accomplished. At the same time, without a hard drive involved, I don't know how the heck CUE will be able to permanently store its information so that everything is not being re-indexed every time the driver gets in and out of the vehicle.
I continue to be very frustrated with Cadillac overall for approving this CUE system in the state that it is in. This system does not belong in a flagship vehicle with these problems intact. I have written letters to the CEO and President of the company, but I don't expect anything out of it.