First a confession: I'm probably the worst when it comes to organizing photos, and I have quite a few of them spread over several drives, computers, and optical (and other media) of various types. I can generally find whatever I'm looking for, but lately it's been taking a bit longer, and I've finally decided to consolidate my media and start the path towards better organization. At a quick glance, I have a couple of TB of images at arms reach, and I'm guessing I have double to triple that if I were to consolidate all of my images (and double+ that again if I factor in digital video). Recently, I started shooting more seriously again, and I'm starting to add images at a fairly fast rate. I shoot everything RAW, and until now, the file sizes haven't been too large, however, I am thinking of adding a Canon 5Ds(R) to the arsenal and am concerned how fast the size of my library will start growing. Maybe some of you D800/D810 users could chime in? God (and wife) willing LOL, I'm also hoping to add the new Phase One XF camera which will most likely reset my perception of storage. I'm curious what you hardcore enthusiasts/prosumers/pros do for storage and back up. Any of you have working libraries over a couple of terabytes, and if so, how do you manage your media? Any thoughts, advice, or recommendations would be greatly appreciated!