Having a backup is great and Monument solves that ... but only if you never touch your photos after you've started the backup. For monument to be useful as a primary storage for your photos we really need to be able to work on them and have the edits and removals performed on the Monument copy.
I see two possible ways forward (and I'm sure there are more than that):
1) Allow selective sync (i.e. have a Monuments sync folder on your local computer ... doesn't work well with iOS). Mark the folders/moments/photos you want to be able to work in the Monuments app and have them copies to your local drive. Any edits done in that folder is tracked and synced back to Monument.
2) Add a Samba/NAS functionality to Monument where you can mount the drive and manipulate the photos directly on the drive.
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