This week I decided to organize my life and get a backup strategy in place. I ordered an external enclosure for a 2TB hdd I had sitting around. I set it up with Time Machine and was happy. good enough, right? Not so much. The very same day I decided I should start backing stuff up was the day I realized how important it was to do so properly. While cleaning up the wires of my new external HDD, I accidentally bumped it. It was spinning at the time.... It is no longer working. I lost everything on the drive in 1 second. So that was lame... now I'm turning to the 'cloud'. I downloaded the Arq trial and setup the amazon account. Seems easy enough? It just works. Hopefully no one at amazon bumps the drive with my stuff on it. :> Doing the $ math, for my purposes, I can use Arq for 4 years before it exceeds the cost of a time capsule. Anyone have any comments, good or bad, about Arq? Is this the right choice for Mac cloud backup?