This is actually tempting but for 2 things. 1.) I have CS2. Once Lightroom became more functional, its pretty much the only Adobe photo product I use so I didn't upgrade. I'm probably the only person out here on CS2 but still, no deal for me! & 2.) Adobe will carry this only until they have the base they need/want and then they'll bump the price or degrade the access to the point that no one will want it. So $10/month really isn't bad (said the spider to the fly) but.....
I would put one change on Neuro's turn of phrase: Teach a person to fish, you lose an income stream. I truly believe that Adobe no longer sees us as customers, simply lemmings to be herding, manipulated, etc.
Please don't be confused, Adobe is, I believe, a publicly traded company...and as such they are only answerable to the shareholders for providing them profit.<P>
The customers are just a necessity to do this, but the customer is not their primary concern or obligation.
Once I got this concept down, I can easily understand what corporations are trying to do, maximize shareholder profits, nothing more.
It isn't personal, it is purely business....the only way the consumer can fight back, is with the pocketbook.