One of the main things I currently do with my Sonos system is listen to podcasts via the Plex connection, and one of the main times I do this is when I'm getting showered and dressed in the morning. When I'm in the shower, it is pretty much guaranteed that the podcast I'm listening to will abruptly stop partway through my shower, when I have no way to restart it, because I'm in the shower and my phone isn't waterproof. Every time this happens, if I just re-click the play button on the app, the podcast starts playing again. So if the podcast stops playing because of wireless interference, which is the most common reason given on the forum and website for such issues, why does the Sonos system not try to automatically reconnect and resume playback where it left off? Why do I have to press the play button again? Seems logical that if I pressed "play" and didn't press "stop," I want to keep listening to what I'm listening to, so the Sonos system should keep trying to reconnect and resume playback on its own without me manually having to tell it that yes, I actually want to keep listening to what I told it to play. If the system can reconnect when I hit the "play" button, it should be able to resume playback where it left off without me having to tell it to try. Intermittent, temporary wireless interference does not seem like an excuse for the system to throw up its hands and give up.