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Yes, definitely. 
But but... gorillas aren't native to America.
Seen many times: person (let's say, a lady) tries to phone (say, with grandma) with phone stuck between face and shoulder, while holding a thing (say, a pan), in a hand and doing something else (say, open a cupboard) with the other. Then the phone drops on the kitchen's floor and the glass shatters. And to top it off, the husband's dinner is burnt.  Yes, I know my example is delightful. I love it too.
I don't think prophecy has anything to do with stating the obvious, Benjamin.
Well, this is an awesome watch. Not exactly a fashion statement, or stylish, but definitely an awesome watch to have in your collection of Retro 80's.
Adobe would not be offering yearlong "rebates" if they had no issues convincing people, y'know.
Yes, I also agree with the analogy, but as I said earlier, it really depends on the nature of your business. Another point:Some professionals still run CS3 and produce artwork no one in my company is capable of creating. Their hour rate makes CC entirely irrelevant to their employers in comparison, so they technically could be using CC, it wouldn't change anything to their workflow. I know some people who use a Japanese paint program (PaintTool SAI) and only use PS to...
Awesome, indeed.
It probably depends on what software you need, and how often you need to update, anyway. It's perfectly possible that you have better value for money with the new system, while we don't.
"the boxed version is about the same as to subscribe for one year" which means that, unless you get sufficient feature increases to justify "buying a new box every year", which was clearly never true, the subscription model is more expensive. If like many small businesses, you renew your software somewhere between every three and every eight years, the subscription model becomes unbelievably more expensive. This is not a matter of "perception", it's end-of-the-year cost...
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