Since Adobe has gone 100% subscription based, the cost of using Adobe Acrobat has become prohibitive to us as a small business. We now have to pay over $250 a year to make around 5 - 10 pdf files a month maximum. That means the cost of converting a single file to pdf is between $2.00- 4.00 a file. That is a lousy value proposition for a small business owner. Why can't you offer a package that enables us to use it at a realistic cost and limits the number of conversions? I now use an alternative software package that is a fraction of the cost of Adobe. From what I read online, Adobe seems to have alienated a substantial number of users by moving to a model that is exploitative and frankly, for SME businesses, unsustainable. But Adobe probably couldn't care less about their customers - only the corporate bottom line.