Hi guys! I have a MacBook Pro with a 500 GB SSD. It's filling up quickly, and I am looking at getting a NAS (Synology or QNAP), and moving all my photos over there. However, I understand that linking the Photos app to a NAS library doesn't always work seamlessly, and can mess up things in the long run. So what's the best strategy for storing and working with photos, when you don't have room for them all in the internal hard drive? Do you keep a small library locally on the Mac, and move pictures back an forth? Do you keep the local library empty, and only use it for importing photos, and when you're done editing, you move them to the NAS? Or do you use an other processs? Please share! (Oh, by the way, I have an external 1TB hard drive which I use for Time Machine backups. I also have a cloud service with unlimited space, that I'm backing up the photos folder on the mac to.) Oh, and one more thing: If you store the photos on the NAS as a Photos library, are you able to watch and navigate the photos from other devices, like an iPhone or a Windows PC?