It’s just me, but if you value your data, I wouldn’t rely on a Google loophole to store your data. At some point that loophole is going to get fixed and either you are going to be charged some some of money or lose your data.
Right now I use OpenDrive and I am using odrive to get my data off Amazon and moving it to OpenDrive through a convoluted process that is killing me.
The issue with OpenDrive and oDrive is that WebDav is mode of connection. Webdav a couple of years ago was amazing! Fast speeds, I was uploading 10 and 15GB files without issues, but one day it changed. I complained and was told they reduced the file sizes allowed through WebDav to 2GB. I verified but still complained. They noted WebDav is Beta. Yeah, but it’s been around a long time, but… Their service, their rules.
My issue is that I use Linux. ODrive has the sync agent which works really well under Linux, so that’s how I work with Amazon. It doesn’t work with OpenDrive so I either use a virtual server running Windows or the website.
OpenDrive is good if you can stick to Windows. You can sync, keep it in the cloud, not keep it locally… Amazing service.
Back when I found them I was using another service. That provided unlimited, and they changed their pricing. There used to be a few more providers. Now a days hard drives are getting so cheap it’s almost worth it to by a 3tb drive a year every year.