I equate different DAWs to different car makes and models. Some of different features, some label things different but, at their core, they all do the same thing. And it largely comes down to the user's preferences and personal needs.
It's never a bad thing to get to know several DAWs. Myself, I work with:
- Pro Tools 12 Native (when doing a lot of audio editing mainly),
- Logic Pro X (this is my main DAW that I do composition, sound design and mixing in),
- Reason 6.5 (I sometimes write in Reason or use Rewire to bring in sounds I love from Reason into Logic).
Each DAW has it own strengths and weaknesses.