I have about 80 gig worth of photos that I don't access very often on my PC. They are sitting on a 7200 RPM WD 2 TB drive. It's approaching 3 years old. I don't have backups so if it dies, I lose it all. I have iCloud storage for my Mac and iOS devices. I also have Amazon Prime which gives me unlimited photo storage. Drop Box is limited as I have only 12 GB of storage (I would have to purchase more). I am also a Flickr Pro account holder. If you were in my position, what would you do? I don't mind using Amazon for storage but was unsure of the pros/cons as far as keeping everything original. Also, are they scanned internally (data harvested)? Flickr is not an ideal place for these photos as I don't want them seen by the public, even by accident. Family photos, private and the like. I would like to keep iCloud for my Mac stuff. I mean, I could probably upgrade to the next level if needed (currently at 200gb and using 120 of it). Dropbox is also an option. I know iCloud and Dropbox are pretty secure. This would be my backup. I had plans on using a physical disk but my experience with moving drives and data backup has not been good. Don't trust them. What would you suggest/do?