Well... Not really. At 50USD a month any major design firm would actually profit off it more. At 600 a year for the entire suite... A hard core marketing firm would profit way more by doing that for say 5 work stations than to buy all the software.
Adobe is really not marketing the casual designer as much as medium sized companies. Any marketing firm would see a much better profit margin by going this way. More so when it comes to constant updates for free.
So... Unless you're a person who uses multiple Adobe products... You're not going to get the benefit that say a firm would.
I guess I meant for me or for at least most of us here then. Then again I had always found Adobe products to be too expensive, but maybe that's because I'm only 16 and hardly have ever held anymore than £300. Ah well, I still don't see myself using CC until maybe when I reach uni and they have a special student discount package like they do for limited time right now. (£about20pm for Photoshop, Illustrator and some other apps if you are studying in uni)