Autodesk also killed the lower cost options for non-commercial use, what used to be a $169 version that was positioned for hobbyists. This model will require licensing software that needs to ping periodically and can be killed remotely. If you need to look back at a design a few years from now, you better hope that your subscription is valid, that Autodesk is still running the license server, and that you have an active internet connection. Even if you agree with the new pricing, a subscription model means you never actually own the software.
Standard will $100/year, and gives similar functionality to the old Premium level, but with only 2 signal layers. If you need more layers, you’ll need the new Premium level, at $500/year. If you could have made do with the old Standard option, you’re now paying $100/year instead of the one-time $70 payment. If you need more space or layers, you’ll likely be up to $500/year.