Ableton Live has been my go to music DAW since version 7; I think it's a brilliantly capable DAW that makes the art of creation so much more engaging than something like Cubase, Reaper, Pro Tools etc. I'm sure you'll disagree but I love it. (I don't even write electronic music with it...)
The latest version adds a number of useful new features to bring some workflow elements that have been missing for a couple of versions and under the hood improvements.
Even at version 11.0 it seems more stable running sessions than 10 did towards the end of it's run.
Ableton Live 11 bring everything it needs to be recognized as a DAW rather than a "Sequencing Instrument" this update we see massive improvements such as comping,scales,linked tracks and MPE, we also see updates to user library (incl effect racks, instruments,presets) and way more options when working with effect racks theres is way more packed into this hence why its my DAW of choice and being a Live user we dreamed of features like this years ago and we finally have it.