I recently began hyper focusing on a new project. It's one of those "everything I've done before this is now irrelevant" type things and I have been slightly obsessed with ensuring that I have plenty of backups of each session. I have drive redundancy in place locally but nothing in the cloud so I started using the free version of Gobbler for the past few days just to get a feel for how it works. What seperates Gobbler from the rest of the "backup to the cloud" services is how it integrates with most popular DAWs. I don't have to think about backing up while I am working in Logic or Pro Tools as Gobbler can detect my changes and upload them as I tweak. This is definitely a backup service made specifically for the pro audio market and I feel confident enough in it's effectiveness that I think I'm going to sign up for one of the plans today.