Another vote for DXlabs. I have used many of the available programs and I always come back to DXLabs. It just works. It is not perfect, no program will be the ideal to every user but it is as close I have been able to find. It is stable never fails and always works. The multitude of windows allows me to be selective on what I see and allows arrangement as I choose. Trying to provide as much information as DXLabs makes available on a single screen would be unusable.
Dave has every right to be proud of his creation and his support is also second to none. If one can learn amateur radio you can learn this software, if you can't you should probably turn off your radio and take up another hobby.
But as already recommended, try the available software and use what feels right for you and meets your needs.
Being able to use a certain software does not define this hobby by any means. Some of use were in this hobby many many years before there was any software for it. Personally I find DX lab software to busy for my needs. We all have different likes or wants in this area.