With the exception of the Re trial thing, you can already do this using dropbox, gobbler, google drive, or any of the other similar cloud storage options. But as of the Re's, It's actually quite common in the "industry standard" world of plugins (au, vst, rtas, aax) to bounce tracks that have non-stock plugins applied when sending a project to someone else.
@VillaNDubstep, the way cloud storage works (at-least with the ones I listed above) the files are saved on your computer's hardrive and are just synchronized with your online account. You will always have access to your files on your computer whether you're connected to the internet or not.
Last edited by QVprod; 2013-01-22 at 16:36.