I grew Anne and I agree that the flavor is excellent…very fruity with almost a hint of pineapple. Anne never produced a lot for me and they seemed to be the most afflicted by stinkbugs. Caroline was probably my favorite red raspberry but it also went into decline and it had a lot of trouble with SWD. Before I replaced both I would just cut the tops of during the fall to stop feeding the bugs.
I grow Royalty and Glencoe - both taste the same to me. Glencoe tends to fruit a bit later than Royalty. Royalty is great for jam and has smaller seeds than some of my other varieties of blackberry and raspberry but the flavor fresh is only fair.
Cascade Delight red raspberry is a PNW variety but handled -12F last winter without damage, so it should be cold hardy to zone 6A without problems. It has a good raspberry flavor when ripe but I have had some trouble detecting when it is ripe because it does not get dark red until it is overripe. The berries are huge for a raspberry, 6-8g, and it was very productive this last year. I planted 4 more this year. You can buy these as rootstock online on the cheap and grow quite a patch. These are summer-bearing only which is perfect for SWD-infested areas.
I have a small patch of Tulameen and I do like the flavor quite a bit. They have not been overly vigorous but this variety hates wet clay soil, so I have been extra careful growing them.
It took awhile but I had a good year with black raspberries last year, especially Black Mac. I added a few more of that variety late last year.