I'd like to take advantage of Amazon.com's Unlimited Photo Storage for Prime members to backup my extensive photo digital photo collection. I have roughly 4.5TB of RAW/PSD/TIFF photos I'd like to upload, but that would take an eternity on my 20Mbps upload connection. Even if I wanted to dedicate a couple months to doing it, I'd be hampered by constant buffering issues for all of my other bandwidth heavy services (i.e. streaming via Netflix or Apple TV, Dropcam cloud recording, Dropbox, etc.). Does anyone know of a way that I could somehow rent a ridiculously fast upload connection for a couple of days/weeks to up the 4.5TB of RAW photos I'd like to backup on Amazon? Is there some clever server/seedbox/mac-minicolo/etc. approach to this issue that might be the solution I'm looking for? Piggy-backing on a starbucks or apple store connection won't cut it for 4.5TB. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated... Thanks!