Hey guys, I was hoping if I could get more elaboration on something. iCloud Drive is the Dropbox competitor while iCloud Photo Library is just your photo library in the cloud, correct? If you enable iCloud Photo Library, when you snap photos from your phone, is the full photo being uploaded? To my knowledge it is but what exactly is being left on the phone. Some sites say it's just a smaller file size and that iCloud Photo Library is mainly created so you can save space on your phone but that I don't understand is, if iCloud Photo Library was made to store ALL your photos, isn't that a guarantee that you'll have to upgrade to the bigger storage buckets? If iCloud data somehow gets nuked, don't you lose all those photos? Is this any more beneficial than just plugging in your phone and moving the photos to iPhoto? What exactly is the point of photo stream now? iCloud Photo Library seems to be the same as photo stream. Sorry for the multitude of questions. It just seems redundant and I wanted to make sure if what I'm thinking is correct Does anyone know whether or not the iCloud Photo Library storage would also count against the iCloud Drive storage bucket. Sheesh. Too many cloud services if you ask me.