Hey guys, As many of you will do as well, I am struggling with disk space to keep all my photos around. I take RAWs (and will continue to do so), but of course they take up a considerable amount of space. I do backup to an external disk via Time Machine, but (a) Time Machine itself is notoriously buggy and just nukes itself a few times a year, and (b) my other external drives to which I regularly backup keep dying on me. It's always been like that for the past 15 years, resulting in data loss here and there. So, setting up yet another external disk backup solution isn't something I am currently looking into. What I'm looking for is a good backup solution in the cloud. I have a fast internet connection, without any caps, so I can up- and download until the router explodes. EDIT: Since it seems I didn't use the right terms of expressing what I was looking for: Ideally, I am pushing my not-always-needed LR catalogs of my images from, say, 2006-2014 to that service in the cloud and no longer store them on my computer. I am not looking for a solution that forces me to keep that data around locally. But I'm having trouble finding a good service that is affordable, especially when you have to backup 30-60GB of data; absolutely reliable (as much as a service can be); fast and doesn't throttle you; has a good user interface (either via a stand-alone app or web interface); offering RAW preview ideally; backing up my entire LR catalog ideally, so I can just restore it and not lose all my edits; maybe even backing up video. I have a private Flickr account, but it doesn't take RAW files. Dropbox doesn't offer previews of DNG or RAW files, which sucks when you want to download a particular image, but can't see them. I'd love to hear what services you guys use to backup your photos. I'm not a professional, so I'm hesitant to pay hundreds of Euros/Dollars per month. I'm happy to shell out up to 100 Euros/Dollars a year for a good backup plan, but I don't want to go broke over it. Even though I'm capable of hacking together my own solution with external drives and multi-layered backups, I don't want to go down that route again. The time and effort needed to maintain this is ridiculous; I'd much rather rely on a company that focuses on this and knows what they are doing. Thanks for your suggestions!