You're sorry and I'm broke again . But I can do 16mm now
I have always shot raw and would not do anything else. Once you are accustomed to the control it would be tough to go bhack.
I guess you have to make a fundamental choice between the CNX way (direct edits starting with in-camera settings) and the Adobe ACR/LR approach using sidecars.
I'm not as concerned about Capture as others are. It is being promptly updated with each new body and that is the critical part. I figure the lack of updates saves me money and the app is basically doing what I need. It can get expensive when forced to update software with each new camera, and that is the "marketing" behind most of the raw processors, especially Adobe.
I have tens of thousands of CNX2 edited images and never figured out how I would sanely bridge the old world to the new, and I use iMatch as a cataloger and that severely complicates things.
iMatch works better with CNX2 than Lightroom (and one or the other would be very redundant) so my path of least resistance has always been the status quo. In your case I would look at both before committing and go with the work flow you like best.
Lightroom is reasonably priced now, as long as you only need it working on one machine, so cost wise I guess it is very competitive now. And it is faster, especially for batch applications of changes. CNX2 will do the same thing but the process is a bit clunkier.