I have All Gold Perki. Planted approx 4yrs ago, along with Glen Ample (summer fruiting) and a Loganberry. All Gold is the only surviving plant, so I'd say it's tough as old boots and easy to grow 😆.
Grows in a narrow border beside the greenhouse which I have filled by chopping off the suckers from the one original plant. New suckers appear in the flowerbed in front every year so I suppose it must be vigorous, I just dig down and chop them out.
Gives a good crop of berries despite my neglect. I'm a complete amateur, and only planted the soft fruit bushes for my daughters cake making projects. I have yet to get the hang of proper pruning , I simply chop them down and tie them in to bamboo canes for support when they get tall.
Have no other surviving plants to compare the flavour of All Gold to, but I find the fruits on mine are a good fat size and very sweet and tasty. I like to eat them straight off the bush when I'm pottering down at the end of the garden.