There are cherries forming on the four cherry trees, but in the past, actually getting to eat those cherries has been tricky...the birds and raccoons seem to take them before they're even fully ripe (maybe my new fence will do a better job of keeping out the raccoons this summer). I've actually been considering chopping down those cherry trees and getting them out of the backyard.
On the other hand, the raspberries are a clear winner. They take up a side portion of the backyard, and for some reason, the wildlife leave the berries alone (they're too full from the cherries). They grow extremely well in this Oregon climate.
The banana trees are very quickly coming back to life. At this point, they look rather lanky...it's unclear (to the untrained eye) what kind of plants they actually are at this point of their growth. In another month I'll have a full tropical banana jungle gracing my front yard with baby bananas showing up in August. There seems to be some element of "luck" in getting these things to grow well...I just happened to get them in a perfect patch of soil.