Look at the hinge-mounting techniques for the print to help prevent warping. Also, look at using archival/conservation materials and proper manufacturers inks if you are looking for longevity of your print. Let prints dry properly before mounting. Especially large ones.
Adobe were simply testing prices on new customers by removing the £10 plan you have as an option on the normal plan page. There is nothing anywhere that suggests the price has actually increased for existing customers. That's not to say that Adobe will not double or even increase the price for...
Call it what you wanting to this is all that was available to some on Wed 1st, Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd when all this happened - removing the 20GB option is doubling the price for many people. As far as I know everything went back to normal on Friday 3rd at some point.
I don't think we would change if the price was doubling. But I can understand why lots of others would cancelling or looking elsewhere, at £10 it's good, £20 is too much. We have too much invested in Adobe I think, for us to cancel, across their other apps also. We were in one of the test groups...
It's not limited to wildlife subjects alone. Look at the workshops for landscape stuff. So many peoples just want to be lead around, take a shot and move to the next location and so on, they will pay crazy money for it too.
Look at old shots you've taken. Find one, even if you have shot it loads and loads before and think about how you could change or improve it. Head out with that in mind and take a great shot.
Try and plan for the event. Even if it is going to take you 2 weeks to get other 'busy life' stuff in...
Just to be clear and clarify things, I wasn't suggesting things like asking him but Guy has already said he will talk about what happened later.
I have already heard what had happened second-handed from someone who was there.
Very sad and tragic.