I'm a bit of a cloud storage hoarder, and from using all these services i can see that each has its pros and cons. Google Drive (25GB, $5/yr) PRO: excellent for Docs and Spreadsheets, sync and sharing from gmail. CON: web interface is horrible. i never use it. Box.com (50GB, free) PRO: i got a ton of space for free. CON: sync sucks, web interface is too complex and slow, file size limits Skydrive (25GB, free) PRO: interface is nice. i got a ton of space for free CON: i don't use it. Dropbox PRO: excellent web interface folder view and GREAT photo handling. Auto upload from iOS or android. good sharing. CON: expensive. no online editing. iCloud. i have my 5GB free account. PRO: great for iOS device backups, iTunes Match, contacts, calendars, etc. CON: i have no control over what's stored there and can't access my files from anything other than a mac. So I have a system. Google Drive for work docs. Dropbox for Photos. Box.com for random crap saved from the internet. Skydrive for the occasional large file i have to share with a client or something. iCloud for my iOS backups. I wonder if i'm missing something about iCloud. it offers to save my files, but won't let me see them on my mac unless i hunt into the Library. I can't access my files from the web. Do you use it for your documents? if so, how?