So I'm traveling to the UK in 3 weeks and I want to leave my MacBook Pro at home while I go. However, I use a Canon T2i to shoot photos and videos and will be probably using it extensively while I'm there. I know I need to buy a SD card reader for the PC that the people have who I will be staying with, but now comes the point of storage. I know I will fill up cards with video so I want to have plenty of space and here are my thoughts: Option 1: Buy four 32GB flash drives and transfer raw files to each one until they are full, respectively, and just store them in my backpack. Unfortunately this will run me ~$200. Option 2: Format my 500GB iOmega USB 2.0 drive to FAT32 using Disk Utility (clicking on the MS-DOS format) in hopes the PC I will be using will see it over there as a really big "flash drive" (since they're FAT32 format anyway) and I will be able to just carry around that drive in my backpack. Upside to this is that it will cost me $0 because I have the drive. Is option 2 feasible? That is - will it be simple to move between my MacBook Pro formatting the 500GB drive to FAT32 and having a PC (with either XP, Vista, or Windows 7 I'm actually not sure what they have) read it with ease? I have heard PC's have 32GB limits on FAT32 drives but I think that is if you format it on a PC originally. And if thats the case should I just make a bunch of separate partitions within the drive all 32GB in size and have it show up as a bunch of different drives when I plug the 500GB drive into the PC? Hope this is making sense, I would love to hear what you think on this topic. Thanks!