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I'm probably an odd-ball, but I frequently work in parts of the world with very limited 3G/4G coverage and ADSL is the typical internet access. Cloud options & streaming do not work well for me in these instances. I and many of my colleagues have medial libraries in the 2-6 TB range. I'll buy the largest capacity I can find of any device. Cost is seldom a consideration. The pluses and minuses of working in the armpits of the planet.
The USA still stuck in a non metric world. The vast majority of the world uses architectural and mechanical dimensions in millimetres. Whole millimetres, no fractions (of course) or decimals. Tolerances are clearly stated in the project specifications, and often in the legend of the drawing. I've never heard of them being renegotiated after AFC (Approved For Construction) drawings are issued; this in 35 years of industrial construction and engineering in a dozen countries, including the USA.