Posting to this thread to keep the info current, and help folks out.
I was in the market for a larger hub as I had out grown my 7 port CyberPower hub. I looked around at the current offerings and settle on a 10 port hub sold under a few names (they have the 2 flip up connectors). The hub arrived and seemingly worked fine, when I powered off the PC some USB devices remained powered up. I traced this back to the hubs power supply backfeeding to the PC (this poor design could have been avoided with a simple diode), this wasn't going to cut it for me (I'm not willing to risk the chance of trashing a PC over a $25 hub).
I looked around a bit more and found the MondoHub
had hit the market. Not much data on it but it looked like a solid product (the 10 port hub also seemed decent on the supplied info) and it was a bit pricey (came with a great warranty - warranties are only as good as the company) and was more than I was looking for, but I figured it was worth a shot. In this case you get what you pay for, it is a heavy duty product in all respects, doesn't back feed, you can power on/off each port, connects via a decent length heavy cable (USB3/USB2) and has plenty of power.
Hope this helps, keep the thread current as I did look here for info prior to both purchases.