I'm curious to hear how other members store/backup their image files. Ground rule for this thread: Please, I don't care WHAT format you store. I only want to talk about HOW you're storing/backing up. No JPEG vs RAW discussion. My current strategy: 1) Download photos from camera to computer. 2) Immediately make backup copy of photos to external hard drive. 3) Edit photos on computer using Lightroom; trash the crappy shots. After I close Lightroom, my Lightroom catalog files are backed up to Dropbox. 4) Regular nightly backup of computer does backup to two different external hard drives. This includes only the "keepers." 5) Another nightly backup saves all pics from the (first) external hard drive plus my edits to CrashPlan Central (remote backup). 6) Next day at work (faster internet connection), upload all JPEGS directly from camera to Flickr Pro account (saved as private). 7) Any edited photos that I want to share with family, friends, or the world also get uploaded, in their final format, to Flickr. 8) Sometimes I get art prints made at Mpix. Yeah, so I've got a bunch of copies stored all over the place. I'm kind of paranoid that way. At the moment, I've got about 500GB stored at CrashPlan Central (that includes my other files though, not just pics), and more than 30,000 pictures/videos stored at Flickr.