Great software, shame about the "early exit fees", which make absolutely no sense, and you have to use a "work around" to escape, or pay large amounts to end monthly subscriptions.Before saying anything else, I have used Adobe since 2017, with the Photography package. I love the software, had no issues with it, and enjoyed it and highly recommend Lightroom, Photoshop and more, and at £10 a month, it actually a good price.But I recently decided to move to Affinity Photo due to a sale, and not wanting to sub. to a service anymore. After three years, the "cost saving" doesn't add up, after paying £10 a month. It's now cheaper to by stand a lone software instead.Through this, I thought it best to end my Adobe subscription too, which I paid monthly despite it being listed as a "annual subscription".When doing so online, I was astounded that it was asking for a £60 early exit fee, considering I only pay £10 a month, and there was only around one week left before my next installment.It appears the issue, is that all Adobe's "subscriptions" are classed as "annual" subscriptions, regardless of whether you pay monthly or annually. As a result, when you try to exist, it will always want 50% of the remaining annual due amount.If you use one of the more expensive packages, that early exit fee could be even more expensive again.If you are looking to exist Adobe, and end your subscription, search online on how to leave without paying an exit fee, and the advise you get, does work. To start a new "subscription" and then cancel minutes later, without any cost.Again, the software is wonderful, but if you chose to leave (which we should all have the right to do), the exist fees are insane, and just make no sense due to confusing labeling and definitions on what your sub. is. They will be doing this, in the hopes that a person just accepts it, pays it and goes. Don't do it.