Upload & Sell: On
LR5 is an excellent raw editor whose strength is in file management: getting photos in, basic processing, printing, uploading social networking, etc. with each iteration Adobe enhances the editing features. LR5's best new feature is the assorted image leveling controls in the lens setting. Really works well.
But LR does not do layers, and that is the disconnect for me. Sure, you can get close with the brush tool, but features such as blending modes, real masks, luminosity masking, smart filters, content aware edits, etc. are not in Lightroom. The list goes on.
On the other hand, Bridge has not been improved in years, and is pretty lame as a photo file manager. I almost hate to say it, but one could work quite well in a Lightroom only environment, but struggle in a Photoshop only situation, due to poor file management. Your editing options would be well diminished, but you could get by. I shudder to think of that though, as I will remain in CC as long as I continue to get those retirement checks...