What happened to "If it ain't broke don't fix it?"
There's a reason I'm still use the 2003 version of Word and Excel. It's because they worked and did exactly what I needed.
I don't want a subscription, I don't want ever changing interfaces, most of your "new and unproved" isn't, it's just different, I don't want a subscription, I don't want the cloud, ... I simply don't want the majority of your innovation.
The real problem is software engineers need to continue to justify their existence which means we get change for the sake of change.