Imagine the following:
You have the possibility to own an already 30 year old mass produced completely rust free car. The car is going to be your daily driver for the next 30 years and until then the car will be 60 years old.
But you have to make a choice: The car comes with either electronic fuel injection OR carburetors. Which one do you choose and why?
My point of view - although I am just guessing: The EFI is very very reliable as a daily driver in all conditions, summer and winter. The carbs will have more trouble and need more adjustments, tweeks etc. However, there is a chance that the EFI module will start to malfunction since 60 years is a looooong time for electronic components and buying a new module is almost impossible. A carb might need more attention but can always be fixed and repaired.
What is your point of view?