In a word, no. Let me explain why.
I purchased the Revue when it first came out, and connected to my Moxi. Initially, all was well with my Samsung TV + Moxi + Revue. In fact, fantastic!
However, I soon discovered a problem - if the TV was off, all future recordings were corrupted, in that there was a pause every few seconds when watching a recorded program later.
After some communication with Moxi and Logitech, I determined that the HDMI/HDCP handshake was the culprit.
When the TV was on, recordings were fine.
If the TV was off as is typically done for most planned recordings, the Revue attempted to confirm HDMI/HDCP handshake, and eventually errored out. The Moxi was unable to process the errors, and the recordings had a periodic skip in the recording that was quite noticeable.
If I turned on the TV and then did a recording, all was fine.
This testing was done back in December/January, and I have not done any testing since then. As there have been updates, it would be worthwhile to see if anything has changed. After discovering the problem, I connected the Revue to my FiOS 6416 DVR, and have had no further issues. What is nice about the 6416 is that the SD video out, component video out, and HDMI video out are all active at the same time, so I have all outputs in use at the same time. The Moxi cannot have the HDMI and component outputs active at the same time.