I've been using Adobe cc for photographers for a while now. Its $10 a month and is great.
+1. As long as it stays at ~$10/mo, I'll remain very glad I made the move to CC.
Nothing quite like Adobe to bring out the angst in People, but I agree with the above sentiment.
I'm one of those that was reluctant to go to the CC system from CS6 & LR4, but I was eventually swayed by the offer of CC for Photographers, you get Photoshop & LR, for around $10/month, $120/year for updates & future upgrades doesn't seem too bad a deal in my view, but it's subjective, of course.
I've been using the CC system since inception, receive all new updates, seems to have been at least one update/month, system works fine, no complaints & to date, painless.
Any new Upgrades (as against updates) will be an automatic upgrade if your already on CC & paying your monthly payment, again, seems reasonable, while it's at $10/month, but I expect at some point the subscription will increase, inevitable really.
I would prefer the old system as with CS6 & LR4, but times change, most software systems eventually will go to the subscription system, a lot already have done so, if at some Point Adobe begin to price increase regards the monthly subscription, that will be the catalyse to review the cost of the system & decide on continuing or shutting it off, you in fact loose nothing, your files will still open in other software, just not in Layers as in Photoshop, I save in TIFF so although at first I felt it would be a big deal going to CC, it's proved not so big after all.
The Software is what it is, you either like to use it, or find something that does what you need at the price point you prefer, the only thing out there that comes close from what I've experienced, is On One's Perfect Photo Suite 8, excellent piece of software that's getting better & better, and no subscription, next iteration it may be a Photoshop alternative in full, but it's not quite there yet.