What everybody else said basically. Try out the demos for each and every single DAW just to get a basic feel for how the software works, and then make your choice from there. Don't let other people try and convince you that one is "better" than the others. I've used FL Studio for years and it's the easiest for me because it just fits my workflow really well. I have also tried Logic and managed to create in 10 minutes a decent-sounding Uplifting Trance loop with the basic stuff it comes with. Coming from a background in reading (and sometimes writing) sheet music, Logic's ability to show how everything would look in an actual written score was pretty cool for me. Ableton was incredibly confusing to get to work just because I was unused to how everything was laid out. Doesn't mean it's a worse software, though. Cubase was the same way, even though many people say it's "the PC version of Logic", and I assumed it would be easy to understand how it worked because I had tried Logic beforehand. Again, doesn't mean it's worse than FL.
Just to re-iterate: Choose what you like best. Don't let others influence your decision. It will just just cause yet another row over which DAW people think is better, and the purpose of the conversation is lost.