If you are a broadcast editor, then Adobe TV has a great resource of all the new features in Adobe Premiere CC.
We've all been to the point where we are "editing" our
projects in After Effects because we think it will be easier since we
are already there doing graphics. Then you get wise and realize you
need real-time editing capabilities and smoother editing controls.
A couple years ago I abandoned Avid Media Composer 5.5 for Adobe Premiere. Its still sits installed on my computer with a dongle but it's only a matter of time before it's completely uninstalled.
I'm loving the new Warp Stabilizer VFX in Adobe AE CC. There isn't a shot that I come across that couldn't use a little stabilizing. If you operate the camera correctly these days you can pull off a convincing Steadicam shot. I recently used a wheelchair on hospital shoot for some shots and the old Warp Stabilizer worked like a dream.
In the coming months I have high hopes for Adobe Creative Cloud and it's Cineware integration with Maxon to really streamline my broadcast editing workflow. I'm still skeptical but time will tell.