Then I don't think the problem is the DAW. Plain and simple.
Uhh... what's being implied here?
Well considering this isn't a specific response, there's no specific answer I can give you. There are people from all edges of the world that will use different DAWs for the same genre.
True... but for me, I wanted to see how other artist could "persuade" me into a new DAW that might be better... but overall, I'm getting the opinion that I'm on the right track, something I wanted to hear.
So you're basically expecting people to like you for doing what they like - then become so popular they'll like you for whatever you do. That just doesn't happen, statistically speaking.
Given your current state of affairs, all you've got is what you enjoy doing. If you don't enjoy it, find some other approach or something else altogether.
This is something I've ALWAYS done, which was make song that I'm generally interested in and stuff that OTHERS would be interested in.
And if your trying to be a prominent artist (especially at this site), keep this in mind:
Let's use a comparison... If you were to make a original song or a song based upon a pop/video game/dubstep remix, it's more likely that people are going to listen to that remix then they are of your original song. The reason why is because they have an idea of what to expect and want to see your interpretation of that song. If it's good, then you'll a little more fans then you did before.
Now, you could argue that "well, that's fine and all, but originality is the way to go!" and I fully support this kind of thinking... but this site is made for flash. What that means is that people are more interested to look at flash movie here, then they are of looking at songs. You can make a thousand advertisements of your original song, but unless you have a name behind yourself, then nobody is going to care. So you have to do something that will get people interested in listening to your stuff.
There's a couple of ways you can do this, which is:
1. Remixing popular songs (in ways that wont get you banned from the portal)
2. Doing dual-sided reviews (reviewing someone work in order to have them review yours)
3. Entering into various contest on the site and pretty much beating the competition and landing first place.
4. Having your song be featured in a popular flash (the best way of becoming a popular artist at this site)
But for now, you can't really deny that some genres are more popular then others, and while it recommended to do the stuff you love to do, you also have to step out of your boundaries as well to continue to be original and also to have people willing listen to your work.
That's my take on the whole thing.
I'm not going for the A-Hole approach. It sounds like you're seriously asking for help.
And I'm seriously saying it's up to you on what you make of it.
That's fine. But I'm not really asking for help in the way your intending it but definitely I still have room to improve before I become a top tier artist (right now trying to learn how to use the filter expertly so it can add more to my work)... but yea.