Everyone - from computers to phones to tablets are all seemingly shifting over to cloud storage (some quicker than others). I also notice ISP's (mobile as well as home) are all putting data limits on their services. Things used to be UNLIMITED and now Comcast has a 250GB cap and mobile data providers have ended their unlimited data plans when cloud storage is taking off. If ever, cloud storage should have been BIG when everyone offered unlimited, not when they cut it. How do you feel about that? Is the customers best interest in mind or merely the stockholders? A combination of both? And why do you feel that way? My personal feelings are that they are merely looking out for stockholders' best interests and not the customer. I wouldn't have a problem with the cloud if unlimited was still offered by all the major carriers and I wouldn't have a problem with streaming movies if I could find them in full blu-ray quality, but I have yet to find a service offering that high of a quality of movie. I feel pushed towards the cloud because all the new flagship phones don't have microSD card slots (I'm hoping samsung continues to do the right thing!) which is bad be cause Verizon charges extra for data usage as does AT&FEE. Overall I feel that the cloud is great, BUT not when forced into it.