Larsson - let me first say that Miffedmax gave some excellent advice! And is also 100% correct about everyone having their opinions of racquet brands without being right or wrong.
I strongly suggest demo-ing some racquets if you can. Keep in mind that it might take months or years to find the right one for you, because as you progress from a beginner level to a more advanced level, your racquet preferences will also change with your improved swing and control. In my experience, Prince was tough on my elbow because it felt very stiff, but it seemed to have lots of power. Head was light and comfortable and fit my hand very well, but although the control was very good, I had less power on the ball. The heavier Babolat is great for me now, but the one I play with requires me to do more of the 'work', which would be more of a challenge if I was just starting. These are not characteristics of the brands
as much as characteristics of the individual racquet features.
My point is that every manufacturer will offer a good quality, middle of the road racquet with all-around playability, no matter which logo is painted on it. Like Miffedmax said, there are so many factors - strings, head size, stiffness, weight - until you develop your own style and can identify the elements of your game that are most important to you (spin, feel, power, comfort, etc), I think it's best to shop for one that is best for all-around players. Some of the tennis retailers, like Tennis Warehouse and Tennis Express have "racquet finder" tools that are good for doing research, even if you don't buy from them.
It can be frustrating at first, so if you have a demo program available, use it! Good luck with your decision and also with your tennis!