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Isn't the net effect that you are basically renting usage time on the software? What I mean is this--if you spend 2 years in it at a cost of $720 and then decide you have all the features you need and don't want any more upgrade, you have exactly nothing if you close your subscription, right? As opposed to spending that money on an actual software license that you can use indefinitely?
I've been mildly tempted, but it's the being locked in forever or you've got nothing (if indeed that's the case) that is the biggest turnoff to me.