I'll be touring Thailand for 4 weeks and need a cheap storage solution for my images. I'll be using a 5D, and my husband will have a 30D. We'll probably lack any kind of discipline when it comes to how many images we take. We don't want to rely solely on CF cards, so we're looking into portable storage devices. Our budget is limited for this, though, so we wouldn't be able to buy a storage device, and enough CF cards to not have to wipe any of them. I've read that Hyperdrives are very reliable (something like an HD80 or the Space). Even so, I'm not sure I'd want to just rely on one of these, and buying two is over budget. I'm also investigating cheaper alternatives that we could buy two of, so that if one goes down, we'd have another copy. The probem with this is that cheaper alternatives are just that - cheap and poorly built. We've looked at getting an Asus EEEPC laptop/netbook, and then taking our two external drives as well - heavy but maybe a better solution? Another option that I'd like opinions on is getting a pocket surfer like the one they talk about here: http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forums/index.cfm?action=showthread&threadid=297830&forumid=2 and like this: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pocket-Surfer-Wireless-Internet-Appliance/dp/B000YCRRZK/ref=sr_1_42?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1225753460&sr=8-42 I can't find much information as to whether it's usb compatible though. Would this work? I leave in less than a week - after a busy season, it's only now that I'm thinking about myself, this trip, and getting into a last minute panic. Please help!