Script Cmdlets are one of the coolest things about the newer version of PowerShell. A Script cmdlet allows you to use all of the variety of cmdlet parameter sets inside of PowerShell functions.
Since Script Cmdlets are PowerShell functions, and the PowerShell engine prefers to run functions rather than commands,
I saw THIS posting over on Mark Minasi’s forums that caught my eye. It gives you a random help file under the motto of: “A powershell help file a day, keeps Don Jones away”. 🙂
Don responded pointing out one of our new V2 cmdlets: