While waiting for my SurfacePro 3 i7 to come in, I starting reading these forums and learned about OneDrive. I wound up buying Office 365 just to get the 1 TB of OneDrive space that comes with it. I think OneDrive holds great promise, but if there is a more frustrating piece of software out there, I haven't experienced it. I cannot image having anywhere need 1 TB of data on OneDrive. I'm trying to effectively manage about 100 GB and it has been a nightmare. I'm posting this to see if anyone has run into any of these things and might have some suggestions. It is very confusing the way the OneDrive app and OneDrive in the system tray seem to be on totally different planets. Example: The app reports that all files are synced, yet the system tray says that it is still downloading files and is only xx% synced. I assumed that the app would just be a graphical interface for the same data reported in the system tray, but they are rarely on the same page. File sync should be bulletproof, but it is anything but. Example: I have a file that I have designated as available offline. This means that I should be able to edit the local file and have it sync an updated version of that file to the cloud. In fact what happens randomly is files that sit in the sync queue and never update or report errors. I've gone so far as to move the file out of OneDrive on all my 3 computers that I'm syncing, then log into the cloud and delete the file from OneDrive online. Then, when I'm sure everything has 'settled' I'll move the file back onto OneDrive. Even doing that, there's about a 50% chance I'll still get sync errors. Similar to the above, it is very frustrating to edit and save a file on machine A, have that machine report that everything is synced, go to machine B, have that machine report that everything is synced, open the noted file and see that it is the unchanged version. It seems to think that random files are new and re-syncs them. I have one Excel spreadsheet that OneNote apparently loves, as every time I look at my queue it is uploading or downloading it. The file hasn't changed in a few years. I've scoured OneDrive support. Issues such as I've reported are all over the place, but never with any real solutions. I've connected with MS support a couple of times and they have a utility to run that essentially checks some settings and then retransfers all the files. That's not a great solution when there are about 60k files taking up over 110 GB. Even on a fast network and machine, this can take a few days to process. I'm very frustrated as this product could be so good, but it has not at all been easy to start using.