And I have Nik, with the various film-like filters/nuggets, and b/w silver efx nuggets, so not sure if DxO filmpack is worth the investment. I guess I should just download the 30-day trial and give it a go, eh?
I've been sniffing around DxO lately. Paid $11 for the "free" Optics Pro 11 (missed out on the offer a few months ago), but didn't think the $11 was wasted.
Wouldn't mind having better noise reduction Prime of the Elite version, but the cost to get to Photolab has me balking a bit. Maybe if...
To answer my own question, yes, once you are on Adobe's site, you get to the complete list of products, and LR 6 is on the 11th page of products, and you select the upgrade version, which is $79. (For some reason I just saw Scott's post, otherwise I would not have posted my post). :D
I chuckled at On1's migration options from LR to On1 (i.e., no easy road if you want to go back and re-edit photos with a lot of changes made to them in LR initially, but it's mostly on rare occasions that I also re-edit photos after I'm done with that particular set anyway).
I'm in Scott's shoes too. Still using LR 5.7, and PS CS6 (I know, ancient software!!!!)
I'm probably screwed when I finally upgrade to newer camera body models because LR 6's support for up-to-date camera profiles for RAW will end soon. And no one wants to convert their RAWs to DNGs (if...