Hi, I have a 1Tb T3 I just picked up and I'm trying to figure out the best way to configure it for my needs. I will likely use ~500GB in one partition as a bootable backup for my work device (using CarbonCopyCloner). The other 500GB will be used for multi-purpose storage. I was thinking I'd make the multi-purpose partition exFAT for dual Windows/macOS compatibility, and the other (backup) partition HFS+ (and eventually migrated to APFS). Does anyone see any problems with this configuration? I'm also confused with how the Samsung out-of-box encryption software for Mac will affect my ability to use the drive as a bootable backup. I turned it on initially but it seems it will ruin my ability to use the T3 as a bootable backup using CCC. Since Samsung's included encryption software requires you to type in a password in a live macOS environment in order to unlock the drive, I wouldn't be able to just plug-and-play it as a bootable device on my MacBook. I'm wondering if I'm able to only encrypt one partition using Samsung's encryption software, and the other I can encrypt via CCC? Or, am I better off finding some different method for encrypting my drive/backups altogether, rather than using Samsung's included solution? Thanks!