I would like to use some cloud storage to back up my Mac. I already have use a Time Capsule to back up my Mac's HD, and I have other important rarely used files on a NAS which is backed up nightly to attached hard drives. For an extra level of backup, I was ready to go with a service like Backblaze or CrashPlan, but recently Dropbox lowered their prices to a point where they are looking good, too. Backblaze would be a lot like a remote Time Machine backup. Very simple, but it basically mirrors what is on my hard drive and no more. I have some files on my home NAS which I would also like to back up remotely, but I don't want to keep them on my Mac all the time. With Dropbox I could tell it to back up all or some of my hard drive - the important stuff - and still have space left over to back up some files which are important to me but don't always sit on my hard drive. It might be a little more expensive (I would purchase the 1 TB option) but it seems more flexible. And if the Dropbox route is good, why not go with OneDrive? I can buy a one year subscription to Office 365 for about 80% of the price of a year of 1 TB of Dropbox, and get five 1 TB accounts plus be able to use Office on my iPad, and more. I find Dropbox more elegant than OneDrive, though. Does anyone have any thoughts on this? Has anyone used a service like Dropbox to do this? Thanks!