The $9.99/month "deal" is a good one because it will give you the latest Photoshop and Lightroom. Whether or not that is what you want or need is something that you will have to determine. I like the plan, personally. What software have been using up until now? What you need your software to do? What kind of photography business are you running? What do you expect Lightroom and Photoshop to do for you?
On my old computer I have lightroom 3 and CS5 photoshop...
I didn't know if I could use that plan for a business.? I saw other ones that said "business plans"
I shoot families, seniors, landscapes, weddings, etc... www.stoppintimephoto.com if you want to look.
Do you always have to be on the internet for those? Are they the full versions? Will it just download to your computer, where you can use it if youre not connected to the internet?
With the creative cloud, the programs are installed locally on your computer. You only need to connect to the Internet periodically in order to verify that your account is paid current. If you purchase and pay for a full year I believe it is only necessary that the Internet be utilized about every three months. If you pay monthly then it will be necessary for the computer to connect to the Internet on a monthly basis long enough to verify that you are paid current. Otherwise, you can operate without the Internet. I think the Business plans that you are talking about are for businesses that use more than just Photoshop and Lightroom.
How do I find out if I can use these for sure legally..?
Are they the full versions?
Is there a minimum amount of time?
Can I use them for a month or two and if I don't like it, don't continue?
You can read the EULA if you want to, but based on what you have indicated I can tell you there is no need for you to be concerned about "legally" using the programs. The programs from the creative cloud are full versions. Nothing is left out. It is the Adobe preferred marketing method. When you sign up to pay monthly you are committing to a full 12 month subscription. If you decide to cancel after a couple of months then you will be charged a penalty. If you're going to sign up for the creative cloud you need to consider that you are making a one-year commitment.
I'm having trouble finding the EULA.
I don't know what you're so worried about. But here is the agreement for Lightroom:
If you want to find the one for Photoshop, just go to your account page on Adobe and search for it. It isn't that difficult.
Thanks man! Not really worried, just wanted to make sure I got the right package and not end up spending more in the long run. I just talked to the support and they helped me a lot!