What do you think about the subscription model? I know it's been common on the paper side for a long time, but it seems to be gaining more popularity, or at least there are more options lately for subscriptions. So, I was wondering what you think about it? (And if you are a paper scrapper, I'd love to hear your thoughts too!)
Personally, I see the appeal of the Adobe subscription model. And when Elements stops being enough for me, I will probably take that leap. I also like the Paperclipping and Get It Scrapped model with paying one access price for classes and learning. I like that because I like having a time frame to focus on learning. I know my time commitments, and then I don't buy a bunch of classes that I never finish!
On the other hand, I've subscribed to the Digi Files and I don't think I'd do it again. I've very glad I did, as I did it the first year I jumped into digi scrapping. It was a good exercise in learning what I do and don't like, and what I will and won't use since the options are varied. However, now that I know my style better, I would rather pick out kits that work for me. I noticed that The Lilypad is now doing a subscription format and I wondered what everyone else thinks about this trend. The add-on thing made me smile, because I remember hearing paper scrappers talk about how they had to be up all night to get the Studio Calico add-ons the second they released. I would guess digi doesn't have the limited problem!