Hey guys, So I'm in my first month of the 200GB a month iCloud Drive plan. Now seeing as there's no iCloud Drive app for the iOS 8 as of now, I'm kind of bummed and trying to figure out the best way to take advantage of this space (or else downgrade back to free). Now, I have Yosemite beta on my Macbook Pro. I have an iCloud Drive folder in Finder. One thing I did learn recently is that any file that is placed in that folder will ALSO take up space locally on my hard drive. So for example, if I dump a 30GB file in my iCloud Drive folder, it will also take up 30GB on my Macbook Pro's drive. Well, I have an SSD drive, and managing my storage is a daily task for me. So, since I can't just dump extra files in this folder without it taking up space on my local drive - what is the best way to take advantage of this extra 200GB of "CLOUD" data? Cloud stressed, because it's not really cloud data if it's also going to take up space on my local drive (i know this is how dropbox works too .... but atleast you can upload files straight to dropbox.com and then choose not to also download it to your local drive). Can iCloud do this as well? I have 256gb of local storage, and between my pretty large iTunes library and other random files, I'm constantly trying to find a portable way to store my data (I don't want to have to depend on an external drive that I have to plug in all the time). Lastly, if iCloud ISN'T the right solution for someone like me, what would you recommend instead? EDIT: Also, no one else is using this iCloud Drive, aka this is not a family shared account or anything. The space was meant for personal use. On top of this, I have iTunes Match - so I'm definitely wondering if iCloud Drive is the correct solution for me. Additional note, I WANT to find a useful reason for the iCloud drive - but if I can't I am also willing to ditch it. EDIT 2: i just dumped a bunch of PDF files into my iCloud Drive folder, but they don't show up in iCloud.com - strange.