Hey guys, Just wondering if anyone has any suggestions for this. For the second time in as many months, my iPhone X has arbitrarily decided to start re-uploading my entire 22,000 photo library to iCloud, at a snail's pace (100Mbit fiber at home, but the phone only manages to upload 10-20 items per hour) ... Last time it happened, I had "Optimize Storage" disabled, so after restoring (rather than waiting literally months for the upload to complete) I enabled Optimize Storage (thinking that, if the originals weren't on the phone, there would be far less to upload if it happened again). Unfortunately, it's at it again, and it's doing the entire library again. I've made no changes to my albums or keywords or anything, in the past week or so, but I woke up this morning to find my iPhone re-uploading everything (for no apparent reason). In the five hours since, the progress has actually been negative: at 4:17am it was at 21,510 items remaining, and now at 9:12 it's at 21,922. Although to be fair, it's been stuck at 21,922 for about two hours now, despite two reboots, turning wifi off and then back on, pausing and then resuming the uploads, and force-closing the Photos app twice. Any ideas? I'd switch to another cloud storage solution but the integration of iCloud Photo Library with all of my devices makes that a 'solution' I'd rather avoid. I also do a lot of tagging in Photos on the Mac (geotagging, time/date corrections, keywords, etc) and haven't found a way to easily sync those changes with solutions like Google Photos, besides deleting the original images and re-uploading, which is obviously less than ideal. Oh and no - I haven't done any re-tagging or metadata updates to my photos in over a week, so that's not what precipitated yet another arbitrary re-upload. If anyone has any suggestions or solutions, I'd love to hear them.