reseller zoom can do that for sure. a friend of mine uses it, and its also stated in their faq
its also completely anonymous. One thing i dont like there... i dont think you can have personalized nameservers (public IPS, BUT personalised.)
Voltage hosting gave it to me for free on a trial, and on my account at varhosting i got it for free WITHOUT even asking for it. I didnt even know about private/personalised nameservers.
Instead of trying to work around what is not normally done, try looking at a mid-size VPS. You have root access, build apache the way you need and can set up reseller accounts all day long.
The price can surprise you for what you get in return.
There are no stupid questions. Only opportunities to educate the client.
That is part of the host selection process, finding one that fits your needs and is a good fit with you. After all, the host serves you.
You are correct, in that resellerzoom requires you to act as an affiliate. You sell their packages, they own them, you do not . You end up providing support to clients you sold somebody elses packages to...
In order to create a reseller account in cPanel's WHM, you need access as root. When you have WHM root access, there are all sorts of functions available to you that are not present in a reseller's WHM. You can assign reseller status to any account or remove it.
WHM at the reseller's level is a reduced version that does not allow server manipulation or the creation of reseller accounts.