Ralphie, teenagers can be alright in some cases, but they can also be quite troublesome! My approach to small children is the same as W.C. Fields. He said he loved small children, lightly roasted they are best.
Jerry, life is full of complications, but it seems that you are able to roll with the punches. Regarding prunus pennsylvanica (pin cherry), they transplant easily and sucker terribly. If you are going to have them place them where they can spread or be prepared to remove suckers frequently. I had some in a landscape bed, as they are quite attractive with shiny reddish bark and bright green leaves. I would not use them again, as they want to take over. The bears often damage them when going after the fruit.
My preference now would be service berry (june berry), as they don't sucker like pin cherries and choke cherries and the fruit can be eaten from the tree without sweetening.
One thing I would mention is that anyone with free ranging chickens or guineas that plants blueberries will only get to pick some if they are fenced, as the birds love them.