So i'm at this point now where I NEED to get smarter and start some regularly scheduled routine cloud backup plan of some kind in addition to my local hardrive backup solution. After spending time here on BHW and other forums and seeing post after post of buckets being pillaged using the Amazon S3 ripper, i've become a bit paranoid about the security of Amazon S3. I've been checking Carbonite out and it looks pretty good.(especially be it that it's only $59 a year and has some nice features....) Only thing is it will take forever to backup the amount of data I have according to their website: HTML: hxxp://carbonite.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1374/partner/carbonite More importantly, Carbonite only supports Intel Macs. I'm looking to upgrade to a newer version in the near future, (Currently using a Powerbook G4) but don't want to wait to 2-3 months before I make some kind of cloud back-up. I've been thru the NIGHTMARE of losing data, right when I REALLY needed it. I currently have about a TB of data on my drives at home (and at least 2TB's of data counting a handful of dead drives that are laying around...LOL) and this year it will certainly grow by leaps and bounds. Anyone have any suggestions/recommendations? Thanks!