Pretty sure I'm overthinking this.... Debating where to store my airframe and engine logs. I completed scanning them into the computer last night, and they are backed up on the 'cloud' as well, so that angle is covered. I understand not leaving them with the mechanic or in the airplane. First inclination is in the fire resistant safe in my office at home, but that makes them awefully inconvenient when I'm in the hangar. It also exposes the logbooks to a different set of risks from the airplane. The positives I see to that is that I'm more likely to keep up with scanning new entries and printing nice stickers for oil changes instead of my sloppy handwriting. I keep thinking that the hangar is the obvious place. If the airplane is lost to fire, wind, or theft, I'm not going to care about the physical books, right? If the airplane isn't totalled, it seems likely the books would survive as well. The backup issue can be solved with a jpeg to pdf app. Any good reason NOT to store the logs in the hangar with the plane?