I am fairly new to digital photography and as such have been using a fairly simple backup solution. I am getting to the point now where I am running out of hard drive space on my Mac and need to come up with a better, longer term, solution for backing up my pictures and my Mac. I am shooting a lot of RAW and it eats up space fast. I figured this is probably a common problem and I could get some good advice here on the best direction to go. My current solution involves saving my pictures directly to the hard drive on my MacBook Pro (320G) and using Time Machine to backup to an external hard drive (1TB) and also backing up my MacBook Pro to the cloud using Crash Plan. I am looking for a solution that involves me moving my photography catalog to a new external hard drive and then hopefully still using Time Machine to back up my MacBook Pro AND this new external drive with my photos to my current Time Machine external drive. And then also backing up both my MacBook Pro hard drive and my photo catalog external drive to Crash Plan. I have been trying to find out if this solution is possible online with no luck. If possible, is this the right solution or is something else easier/better? Thanks for your help.