Because the only stupid questions are the ones you don't ask, I spoke to an Adobe CSR this morning to make sure I have all the details before I make the move.
Yeah, it just installs over CS6 (or whatever version of CS you have) like any other upgrade. And you can install on two computers. But if later, you decide you don't like CC, you can uninstall it and reinstall your CS version. And you have 30 days in which you can cancel CC and get the 1st month's fee back. Better still, if you're keeping CC, Adobe will allow you to sell your CS version and serial no. Seems like a pretty good deal.
I just need to wrap a couple of small deliverables by mid-week, and then I'll stick my head in the Cloud.
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