I'm starting to look at alternatives setups to my "noisy" 3TB Fusion Drive iMac. I originally chose the Fusion Drive mainly for it's simplicity in setting up storage and backups. I was planning on sticking to a standard setup of having all my data on the computers 3TB Fusion Drive, with cloud backup via crash plan, and a single external backup drive using time machine. This means I have two physically separate local drives storing my data and an offsite backup too. I also have the added benefit of versioned backup with time machine. If I switch to an iMac with a smaller SSD drive to get rid of the noisy HDD, then I need to add external storage, cloud backup for that storage, and another physically separate disk for local backup. How have other iMac owners solved this? The bulk of my storage needs are for family photos and video, 2TB would probably cover me for the next few years. With mac laptops going all SSD as well it must be a common question for users, with no obvious simple solution from Apple...??