Hi all, newbie alert (as I'm moving into PC from Apple back ground.) Can cloud backup services access multiple drives on your machine? I've only had limited experience with Microsoft Onedrive for mirroring to the cloud - and that seems to be limited to selecting one drive or folder to backup. (And that could be a misunderstanding of Onedrive on my part as well?) EG: does having a 500GB m.2 and 2 TB other drive (whether SSD or HDD) mean you can't mirror both to the cloud? Are there web servers you can give access to both drives and how does it work - do they need to be set up so that the website sees them as a single drive? I have a bunch of family movies that are probably near 1TB but could be growing as phones get 4k video cameras. It seems we're moving into a bold new era of gigantic family video files. So what to do? Cram them all onto one huge computer drive and mirror to the cloud for offsite fire-proofing with some annual cloud fees, or manually break it up onto various external SSD's and store copies off-site? (With family movies stored off site in a few hard drive copies with family, all my current working files could easily be mirrored to Onedrive.) What are your favourite family computing storage options - both in terms of onsite, offsite hard drive, and cloud?