This question often prompts some very polarised opinion. If you have the time to quickly check out the alternatives then that will be your best bet.
I started with Eagle and like it enough to stick with it. The only frustrating thing is that I decided to buy the hobbyist version as I thought it's worth supporting a useful product. This was shortly before they decided to ditch the purchase model and go with subscription. Oh well. They free option still suits me well enough. Plus, you can't deny that the features are continually improving.
I've not tried KiCAD and probably won't get round to it if I'm honest. Nothing against it - just finding the time.