I recently picked up trials of Adobe Lightroom 5 and Photoshop Create Cloud, and after a few days, I feel that they're pretty solid! With regards to Photoshop CC, the visual changes make the interface look much more refined, and in terms of utility, the individual tools feel much more intuitive to use.
And both programs are both impressive in terms of workflow, but I think that goes without saying.
Anyhoo, I was fiddling around with editing styles in LR/CC, and I latched onto the idea of editing photos in such a way that they resemble film stills. Taking inspiration from this really neat and short-ish retrospective supercut of Wes Anderson's use of centre-composition, I threw together a few photos from a trip to Korea. It's interesting to see how photos tend to unintentionally create a narrative where one doesn't exist...or maybe that's just me. The photos aren't related at all (save for the fact that they were all taken around the same time), but when they're beside each other, I keep trying to string a story together in my head.