Both places are good. Huggler has a large garage behind his house, which has all of his equipment, dyno and other storage. So it’s not an official storefront like Roger’s, but it has everything that you’ll need.
I’m storing both of my karts with Doug this year, and all of my engines with him. As a TopKart distributor, He offers trackside support and transportation to the races. He repairs and services my kart between races, mounts tires and pretty has most everything I need, except for fuel. I’m running purely TopKart this year, after having gone through several different chassis over the last few years. He also is an OTK guy too, but he also works on everything.
Roger also has some great facility, helps fixes cars, has tons of knowledge and spares. He does bring his trailer to many of the regional races and Gold Cup, but he doesn’t have official trackside support like Doug does. Roger/Gene and the KOR crew are really nice folks though. He’s a OTK and Arrow distributor, but works on everything.
Honestly, you can’t go wrong with either of them. Both of them will work on and help to fix whatever chassis you have, even though they have their preferred choices. The important thing in karting is to really take in the information that people give you, and then independently process what works for yourself. That’s really where people get lost, is that they try to run under one camp/shop and then they turn their ears off to other things.
Karting politics can make things stupid. You just learn not to listen.
Sidenote: Here is a getting started article I wrote to help you…get started. - http://buildraceparty.com/five-easy-steps-to-get-started-in-karting-theartofkart/
Anyway I can help, especially for a local racer, please let me know.