I've tried a number of different online backup services, and I've wound up choosing CrashPlan as my choice service. What I'd like to know is if anyone had any tips to expedite the process of backing up my files online to CrashPlan? I know CrashPlan offers the ability to seed your initial backup for a fee (http://support.crashplan.com/doku.php/feature/seed_service), but they limit this service to 1TB. I have several Terabytes of data that I'd like to be backed up online, and my cable modem provides me with a max upload speed of a mere 120KB/s, which means that it could take a year or more to backup my files on CrashPlan if I tried doing so using my own broadband connection. I wanted to know if anyone knew of a service out there that would somehow allow me to use their super fast upload connection to expedite the process of backing up my files to CrashPlan. Maybe a service that would allow me to send them a drive which they could then hook up to a remote-controllable server computer which has a dedicated T1 connection, or something of the like... Perhaps someone knows of some other way of moving mass amounts of my data to I haven't considered (aside from going out and signing up for my own T1 connection... and FIOS isn't available to me). Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated... Thanks!