I'm going to be switching to a mac shortly, and I guess I'm disappointed that Time Machine doesn't work like Carbonite or Mozy...ie. it's not an offsite backup solution. I don't want an onsite backup...if my apartment goes down in a fire or earthquake, I want to be able to buy another computer and then download everything to the way it was. I don't want to have to worry about losing my backup, too. I use Carbonite on my PC now, and guess I'll switch to Mozy when I get a mac because Carbonite refuses to finish their mac client...but it would have been nicer to use an apple program that's already integrated into the o/s. (i.e. time machine.) so now that i'm done with my rant, my question is...how long do you think it will take before time machine becomes an off site solution like carbonite or mozy?