To be frank. (Hi im frank) - Every DAW is good, you write, you mix, you finish. its just how you get there that matters.
now, FL is good as it has a lot of "modern" aspects to it, and some of the featurs in this are amazing. (hello pitch controls), but then every DAW has its "special" thing that it does best, it all-depends on what _you_ want it to do, that afterall will require your elimination process. - I mean, FL studio has its cool pitch effects on anything, but in other daws that dont nativly support that you can use plugins instead..(im giving examples here)
For example, Protools has an amzing tapestop effect that no other daw can make as quick as that.. FL has Pitch (and other things) of course, Studio one also has a lot of added features, and recently its gotten a lot better.
IF you like the entire Dragndrop approach then S1 is totally viable, & if yoru used to the classic DAW approach its good for that too, the standard set of plugins is _ok_ usable, but lets be honest we all have our go-to's anwyay, so Id never really buy a DAW based on what it comes with.
For me, and (im frank remember) I choose a DAW based on screenspace, Hotkeys and workflow only. - FL, protools & Studio one ive used extensivly in many studios I go to...I cant, and never will pick a favourite as there simply (to frank) no such thing!
I often use protools too record in, then mix in Studio one. - Sample stuff in FL, and do other stuff in other DAWS.. really does depend what it is you want out of it.... dont forget.. NOT ONE DAW rules them all.. it just doesnt, and never will!. - its what you caan personally understand as a producer/musican. they all do pretty much the same but maybe its in a different heading, or menu or whatever.....you get my point