Among the brands listed, I'm familiar with only Powmax, Raidmax, Channel Well, and Foxconn. Channel Well is the best of these and is the current maker of Antec's power supplies. If I couldn't get a Fortron/Sparkle, Delta, or HEC/Heroichi (Compucase), I certainly would not mind a Channel Well.
Foxconn is one brand of Deer, a company known for low quality power supplies. Raidmax seems to have fans mostly because of the name, and of the bad supplies, Powmax (Leadman, Robanton) may be the safest choice, but don't expect much power from them.
I've had good luck even with incredibly low quality power supplies, probably because computers rarely draw more than 200W, although some supplies failed when intentionally shorted, including some of the better brands, such as Enermax.