I find that the very new people I know that make cheesy dubstep type stuff use FL, and end up with no originality in their music.
The underground jungle/techno/bassline guys I know all use Reason because they get high and need a quick way to release their creativity and not get bogged down with mixing and mastering.
The older, more seasoned producers I know use Logic or Cubase. That may also mean that it's out of date, and that new producers are simply moving on to new kinds of DAW. At the same time, I hear music in frequencies and waveforms now and when I hear something I think is really intelligently or well-produced, it's usually made in the traditional-style DAWs like Cubase.
Of course, it's absolutely about taste and what works for you. I'm very lazy and very rarely get round to finishing a track in Cubase, so maybe something with a quicker production process like Reason would suit me better, but I'm too much of a perfectionist and need to be able to geek out with VSTs (let's face it, Rack Extensions are not VSTs), precise analysis and mixing and the amazing sequencing and groove/quantising Cubase has to offer that I just couldn't get out of Reason or FL.