Just for my two cents, and not to say anyone else is ‘wrong’, this is just my personal feeling on it all.
For me, it took just one phenomenally awesome design process in the space of one evening for me to immediately and enthusiastically sign up for the top plan, which was $49 per month at the time and is now $42.
The reason for me was that Webflow halved my production time, which instantly means I can use it to double my output and hence my revenue.
I’ve only been a user for a short time and I’ve already made a profit against my expenditure, and I did so really quite easily.
Technically, I could have signed up to one of the lower plans and still done everything I needed to. But I voluntarily elected to go for the highest plan partly because I want to keep all my designs accessible, but partly because I want to support Webflow as much as possible.
Great tools need great cashflow to continue to be great. I don’t want to ever see Webflow have to take any hits on progress due to cashflow issues, so I’m only too happy to contribute as much as I can to see it thrive. For that reason, I would not actually want to see it go cheaper.
On the Creative Cloud note, I actually downloaded trials of the relevant software just a couple of nights ago, evaluating whether it would be worth my while to perhaps use them in conjunction with Webflow, or in place of Webflow for certain use cases.
I’ve been using Dreamweaver for over ten years, and yet after around an hour of playing with the latest version I shut it down, saying to my partner “This is rubbish compared to Webflow”. For me, while Dreamweaver might have more technical power in certain respects, for straight up responsive web design it absolutely cannot compete with the smoothness, speed, and intuitive ease of use Webflow offers.
Next to Webflow, I found the CC tools to be clunky, slow, fiddly, messy and all around inferior.
And I think that speaks volumes as to the vision and technical proficiency of the Webflow team. I personally feel you have run rings around one of the biggest most established companies in the space with a far superior product.
I also know there are more updates in the pipeline, and especially once they come out, Webflow will in my mind be the number one tool on the market for web design.
Webflow for design, plus Sublime Text 2 for after export edits, is an absolutely killer combination that I could not be more happy with.
For my vote, don’t change anything, just keep up the amazing work!