I am not really happy about what happened with Musescore. Check out the Musescore.com stories and try downloading some "free" content from there without getting hounded into a subscription. Of course the standalone software remains available as free software from Musescore.org, but a big part of the current development team is now running Musescore.com and getting paid by its bait-and-switch tactics.I'm a Mac user at this point and I've given up my Sibelius license for MuseScore, which is free and, for my purposes, does just as good a job as Sibelius, which costs a lot. But I tend to keep my DAW (at this point Logic) and my notation tasks separate, although Logic's staff window is pretty good and MuseScore is moving into DAW territory.
My principal reason for using LilyPond has nothing to do with that: I actually like working with text entry and the possibilities this gives me. Nevertheless it has been disheartening to see the path the Musescore development community has taken.
Of course there is also an ugly story behind Sibelius (its original developers have been bought out and thrown out the project and now have become Steinberg's "Dorico" development team, with the "opportunity" to create a note typesetting system from scratch after already having created one previously). But that story is more one of capitalism doing the things it does.