I really like this hub as the USB-2.0 and 3.0 connections are stable, even when they are all populated. The only concerning thing is when the hub is powered-off. If the hub is off, and then I connect it to my laptop, and then power the hub on, something will go awry in my laptop, causing my SSD to corrupt, and a blue-screen error (page fault in nonpaged area).
At first I really liked the option of turning the hub on/off (which would power-off the attached peripherals at the same time). However, it seems as though I need to keep the hub on all the time in order for the usb-C to smoothly connect over to the laptop.
HP Probook 445 G7 (AMD 4700U)
32 GB Ram (Kingston HyperXImpact)
1 TB XPG SX8200 Pro
CSV-1564 connected to: external display via DP, ethernet, mouse, webcam, printer/scanner, external sound card, 90 Watt PD power supply.