In racing, the power advantage of a carburetor cannot be denied. However, I think for street use and considering the average persons willingness or understanding required in order to tune their engine and that many newer injection systems are self tuning, fuel injection will produce better all around results for the average person who is going to buy a carburetor, bolt it on and do nothing more.
One part I don't agree on, "To make calibration changes, simple hand tools like a 5/16ths nut driver, flat blade screw driver, and a 5/8ths wrench are all you need to change jets, air bleeds and float level. It doesn’t get any easier than that!"
There are injection systems that allow you to tune the engine manually, while cruising down the road and the only tool needed is a laptop. For most the vehicle does need to be stationary. As easy as carbs are to work with, they are not easier than pressing a few buttons on a laptop.