@littlebit: The holes in the PCB are not quite at 1/10" spacing but you may, with a little bit of bending, get some strip pins into the holes and then be able to use a 1/10" connector to them.
I am working on those photos. They are in a separate file that came from a php website I had earlier. I have to delete those then repost them through the WordPress upload tool. Also they are all at 65k or less so I have to re-edit them from the originals to about 200k for larger pictures.
Wordpress will not let me access the folder through FTP (fireftp). I am going to try stopping Apache and see if I can access them then. If not I will have to do it directly on the RasPi. I could not get into X, but stopped Apache and was then able enter X.
So overall I am working on it between working and the wife's holiday demands
About adding a hub:
I hardwired a 4 port hub to a B model RasPi ver. 1.0 (very modified) it is back-powered by the hub. The Ethernet is still there and I have 5 useable USB ports. The fifth port is a dongle wire. Hubs PSU 2A. I had considered using header pins but did not have any at the time. Now I have pins and connectors, so it may be time to remake the first hub powered model!
The second model just uses a shortened USB A to USB mini cable (4") to rev. 2.0 board that is unmodified. The fifth port is the upper USB port.
Both have been completely stable. The hardwired version has slightly better TP1/TP2 readings than the cabled version. That is why you have to keep the cable short. Hot plugging is not an issue at all. I charge my 1SQ quadcopter batteries, in either hub or the fifth port, all of the time with no resets. I can hot plug my WiFi dongle with no problems.
Edited post as was not answering OP's question