...I have discovered one good use for using it. Today I received confirmation that a client wanted a photo that I took earlier this year over a power station and I offered both JPG and TIFF files so they had more options regarding their use. As the four files (standard resolution and up-rezzed) totalled 100MB, there was no way that I could send them via email. I did have a freeware version of some sort of large file delivery service, which restricted me to just one file at a time, which I'd deleted some time ago, so I needed something like that once again. This is the photo in question (E-M1, 35-100mm f2 handheld and taken from another helicopter): So I started Googling options and OneDrive, Dropbox and others turned up, and I realised I had a OneDrive account because of Skype. A quick read and I found that I could drop the files into OneDrive (which didn't happen instantly), create a link to the folder, provide access for the client and send an email to the client all in a few minutes. It's all free, provides more than enough space for large files and is very easy to use. It does mean, I think, that the recipient needs a OneDrive account as well, but considering that the company is on Facebook etc, I doubt that will be an issue. I'm certainly not going to backup my files on OneDrive, that happens with internal and external drives, but it turns out that this could be a very easy way to distribute large files anywhere, anytime. It's probably not news for long time Cloud users.