The most recent guides for the E Caribbean are now done by Steve Pavlidis (Paradise Pubs); Steve's chartlets of the anchorages are excellent. Dodge's guides are good for burger joints and a smattering of local history but I found them disapppointing and poor value. I have a few of Donald Street's old guides, which can still be found via the Web, and believe much of their content to be heavily slanted to a form of cruising no longer done; not as relevant as they should be for today's cruisers.
For other areas you mention (ABCs and VZ) plus other less visited areas of the Caribbean (especially the W and Central Caribbean), I'd recommend two, somewhat opposite references. Visit www.ssca.org
and buy their CD of the last 8 years of monthly bulletins (easily searched using Adobe Reader) by going to the store, pubs and ordering the CD. Excellent value and they will cover the Caribbean in redundant, painful detail. Also try to acquire a used copy of Wallace Stone's Caribbean Cruising Guide, last published in the 70's. We found it excellent for off the beaten track places like the south coast of Hispanola, and all the weather and routing strategy content is just as applicable today as 3 decades ago...and it should only cost you a few bucks.