I recently purchased a new Surface 2 Pro 256 gig. I'm loving it but want to now take advantage of my 200 gigs of storage on SkyDrive. I have several questions I hope can be addressed here: 1. As I work frequently from another computer I would like to direct my primary files to save on SkyDrive. From what I've read, I should be able to right click on a folder and then change the folder location to one of the folders on SkyDrive (i.e. change c:\users\<username>\documents to c:\users\<user name>\skydrive\documents). It seems to me using this process will assure that all new files and folders under that directory would always be stored on SkyDrive. I'm finding that the only folders I can modify the folder location on are the primary system folders like documents, music, pictures, etc. The problem with this is that I don't want the entirety of my documents folder to be on SkyDrive. There are many subfolders that I don't want gumming up my SkyDrive. Is there a way to change the folder location on folders other than the main profile folders? When I have tried to modify one of the profile folders locations I'm receiving a message that in part states: "if you proceed with redirection you will not be able to separate them or restore default location" That seems quite ominous and so I've not moved forward with SkyDrive afraid I might create a big problem for myself. 2. I would like to have the files on both computers pull from SkyDrive. Assuming I can change the folder locations of both computers Document folder (or subfolders within Documents), can I have duplicate folder names on both drives dumping their files in to one folder? If I can, what happens if I had the same file name in the same directories of both folders but with different content? Would one file just overwrite the other? I've searched all over the internet for a thorough best practices document for SkyDrive use but it seems almost everything I've found doesn't cover setup these topics. I would really appreciate your help and referral to any collateral materials that would help me.