I suspect it would work with Windows Media Center if I could enter 0-0 as the channel-subchannel; but WMC won't accept that! Edit:
I even tried renumbering the channel to 0.0 with a program called GuideTool; but WMC uses a dot vs. a dash, so GuideTool turned 0.0 into just 0, which didn't work.
As I mentioned before, I'm actually surprised it creates PSIP at all. I expected a "bare-bones" modulator with no PSIP. That would have made the virtual channel default to the RF channel, and the subchannel default to the PID (and they could have cheated and used PID 1 instead of 4; a lot of LPTVs do that even though PIDs are supposed to start at 3).
So they actually did more work than I expected. They transmit a virtual channel table and that's how they get the name "Stellar" to show up. But there's no virtual channel/subchannel number
They also transmit a system time table, and that's why boxes like the iView and HomeWorX get reset when they tune it in. Edit:
I suppose one could partially work around this problem by plugging the modulator in right at midnight. The date would still be wrong, but at least the time would be right! Still, they probably would've been better off with no PSIP at all.
Anyway, I left my own review at MCM. I didn't give it a bad review; whether it works or not depends on whether or not it's compatible with your equipment, and it works with mine, so I gave it more of a neutral review.