Hey everyone! I'm currently in the process of working on a novel series of epic proportions and although I know the term epic is often overused in this case I think it actually applies. My series currently has eight books outlined (although this isn't set in stone yet) and each manuscript is expected to be a couple hundred-thousand words. On top of this I have a massive amount of world building and reference content that already exists and will continue to grow. I'd prefer not to divide my novels up into individual Scrivener projects because that creates additional complexity and a management burden in keeping world building content and references up to date and in sync with each other across projects. With all this in mind I'm anticipating that I'll easily clear one million words for the Scrivener project across hundreds or potentially thousands of text files contained within. In fact, I won't be surprised if this ends up being in the two-three million word count range by the time I'm working on the manuscript for the eighth book. In addition, I'll probably be inserting a large volume of image media for character bio sheets, setting sheets, lore sheets, vehicle sheets, technology sheets, etc. Is anyone familiar with the limits of Scrivener and whether or not there is a max folder/file count, max word count, or max file size that would prevent me working on a single project of this size? Does anyone have experience working on really large Scrivener projects and able to offer any anecdotal tales of problems or performance issues? Although I'm concerned about any potential size restrictions my biggest fear is actually getting the project to a state where it can no longer load properly or becomes corrupt. I plan on making backups of course, but it's also good to know what to expect. Any insight on this matter is greatly appreciated. Thanks!