Yes, $10 per month is a decent price and all is right in the world, for now. You subscribe, it's affordable, and you can always fallback to your perpetually licensed copy of CS6 if Adobe jacks up the price unreasonably or does some other unreasonable thing with CC. Great! But if you think a few years further down the road, to a time when CS6 doesn't function on current operating systems, things are not so great. Without a fallback or graceful exit strategy you use whatever Adobe produces and pay whatever they want or the software stops working in short order and you have no way to work with the files you have generated. There isn't a company on earth that wouldn't exploit a situation like that, and it's exactly what Adobe is setting up. It's the same mechanism they're using, now along with a low entry price, to pull everyone possible into this scheme.
IMO the issue here has had little to do with the price of entry and a lot to do with becoming entrapped. Adobe has made the entrance ever so enticing but the only exit is a jump from a second story window. I'd bet someone at Adobe is already calculated how high the price can go before people start jumping.
My instincts tell me it's better to find alternatives now, while there's no pressure and a good fallback (CS6) exists. But, being not so young and not so poor makes me want to just drink the cool-aide, avoid the hassle, and get back to making pictures.