I have a Jubaea that is getting quite large-- upwards of 8', and I am excited for the day it begins to bloom (probably needs to double in size before that happens). My BXJ is hardier than both parents and never takes damage.
Your hybrid of Chamaedorea radicalis catches my attention since I love my 'trunking form' versions so much.
My Trithrinax campestris has slowed down some over the last few years, but is also quite large. It never has shown any damage from summer wetness or winter cold. Chamaerops 'Cerifera' has those summer problems, though, and I've had a few die of bud rot out of nowhere at a large size. Still have many more, though that have gotten huge. My green chamaerops specimens have got to be the ugliest version I have ever seen due to the frond structure (weapy, weak, never seem to open fully), but the palms overall are vigorous and fast growing.
All my citrus has taken a break from bearing fruit this year (only a few here and there). The trees were loaded last year and then got hit really hard (defoliated) by a winter that really was not bad except for much less than typical "hardening off" weather. This did not affect the palms but sure did the citrus.