For years I have had 4 devices regularly connected to and updating to/from DropBox. I even use DropBox for my eWallet updates.
But today, I noticed that my Laptop either didn't have the desktop folder (or it got uninstalled?), so when I reinstalled DropBox, I got a message that says I have to pay $119 per year or eliminate devices because the current limit is 3 and I have 7 defined. I can get rid of three obsolete devices, but I still have two laptops, an iPhone and two iPads. One of the iPads is an only-at-home device and never leaves the house, but I did want to keep using it to access my various PDF user manuals for everything ranging from kitchen and office appliances to my software and game userguides.
If I really need to, I can transition those PDFs to my NAS and just host them there. No limits and no extra cost. But I still use Dropbox to host my eWallet syncro wallet, and want to update across the PCs and iOS devices. So I'm kind of stuck there.
When did Dropbox go to 3 devices for the free account? That kind of sucks. If I need to, I'll find another way to syncronize my passwords, even if I move that too to my Synology NAS. It's working fine for other syncronization duties. But sheesh, I hate the idea of being forced to make changes...