Well Adobe promised quite a bit with the new subscription scheme and now they've finally started to deliver. Adobe Cinema DNG is finally supported by Adobe Premiere Pro in the October update, so no more transcoding. Red Epic Dragon 6k is also supported natively among other codecs. It sucks that they held back on CS6 but no crying over spilt milk. Adobe CC is works very well with After Effects, Premiere Pro and Speed Grade. Speed Grade still isn't as powerful as Resolve, but it integrates much better with Premiere Pro with direct link and it's actually almost as fast due to Mercury acceleration.
Note for smoother editing, you'll need hardware acceleration with Mercury Engine compatible GPUs. I'd say a minimum of 960 cuda cores with 2GB at a minimum.
With After Effects CC, the new speed in Warp Stabilizer, Detail Preserving Upscale and other little features, it has become very powerful, especially with the updated GPU list and the superior integration.