I have a Creative Cloud All Apps subscription that includes 100 GB of storage on the cloud server. With a 40+ megapixel camera that also shoots 4K video, I fill that up VERY quickly. Upgrading doubles my monthly subscription price, so I've been saving files locally, which is super cheap given that I can buy a 8 TB drive for just over $100. So, I have my work-flow down, download all the images and video from my camera into Lightroom, edit and finalize my work, save to my local hard-drive, back up to an external drive, and then delete the images and videos off of the adobe cloud server to stay under 100 GB. But today I noticed that with my Microsoft 365 Office subscription, I get 1 TB of storage. So my Microsoft Office subscription gives me 1 TB of cloud storage for way less than my media heavy Adobe Creative Cloud All Apps subscription? Something seems out of wack. This is not a good value. Charging a huge premium for cloud storage is just not cool.