For some reason many people have it in their head that this platform is 'inferior' to other platforms. I believe these people are grossly misconceived. Amongst the DAW's out there Fl is by far the most user friendly, or at least in my opinion. You can literally have the foundations of your track laid down in minutes.
I have experimented with ableton and Cubase so I can not really comment on Logic but in regard to these two platforms, FL studio does the business by a long way. A big 'issue' for people was that the stock plugins are not a powerful as other programs, which is a pretty loose argument for these reasons: 1) The stock plugins have been updated and are actually really easy to use and sound pretty decent, 2) the majority of producers who are serious about making music tend to buy (or download) some fancy 3rd party plugins anyway so that argument is completely invalid.
Not only are FLs plugins becoming more powerful but the VST's are becoming great aswell, and it is nice to see many highly successful producers are now openly talking about FL studio. I would personally like to see more of these guys make some 'in the studio' videos and spread the word of FL's awesomeness. Oh and another thing about FL studio which is very decent...........FREE LIFETIME UPDATES!! that is an absolute winner!
At the end of your day it is your choice, remember, the DAW is only the platform and it does not make the music for you. The music comes from creativity, passion, and quite simply putting in the hours and working your arse off to finish stuff. Just because 'A list' producer uses logic does not mean you are going to jump on logic and bang out the next big summer hit! Just enjoy the process, and for me FL studio helps you enjoy that process by simplifying and shortening your learning curve.
If you wish to purchase FL studio you can use the link below. Trust me I have used a cracked version of FL before (sorry image line) but it causes nothing but problems so got my money together and bought it! Cracked software = losing projects and freezing computers. Not a winner.