When I first started planning out what I wanted in (on?) my desk in 2017, I started googling 1/4" patchbays, and became completely baffled with the terminology: Full-normal? Half-Normal? De-Normal? Plus, I had read that 1/4" jacks sometimes don't play nice with phantom power to microphones. Since I wasn't planning to have that much outboard gear, and thus wasn't going to be swapping hardware around all that much while mixing, I decided to go with an XLR patchbay, and since Sweetwater had the ART patchbays in their catalog, decided to go with a pair of them, which have worked great. Here's an early photo from 2017 that shows both of them, and my DIY Brother P-Touch labeling:
I have a Samson 1/4" patchbay that works pretty well, but doesn't pass phantom power as you noted. I still don't fully get the whole half/full/de-normal thing either. Lol. With the new desk, I want the inputs in the front like you have, be able to pass phantom power, and be able to run outboard gear on dedicated ins/outs, so I'm likely going with the exact same patchbay setup.
I also do the p-touch DIY labeling, though I like the black tape better than the white I have on the old set up lol: