Jacke's forest garden book is a good source for temperate zone permies
As Paul indicated, every location is likely to be unique so it's hard to make too many general recommendations. Networking locally will probably give you the best idea of what you can expect to do well. Adding these items in different combinations is a lot of the fun!
regarding items that don't do well in low chill areas, if you have the space to do some experimenting you can be surprised by what will and will not grow well. There was a great article in the Pomona (NAFEX's quarterly publication) regarding trying many varieties of apples in one of the warmer parts of California. The person grafted
MANY scions of different varieties into their orchard over a number of years and were pleasantly surprised at how many did quite well. They did not necessarily conform to their "normal" fruiting times and the fruit was even different in flavor or texture from what was traditional for that variety when grown in other areas, but not bad. The take-home was that even with a crop such as apples which are notoriously fussy when it comes to chill hours, you have to try it for yourself to see what you get.