Yesterday Kirk “Poshoholic” Munro made available his Hyper-V PowerPack for PowerGUI.
As you probably know, Hyper-V does not have PowerShell cmdlets but is exposing quite a few WMI interfaces. Kirk wrapped those into PowerShell scripts and made the whole library exposed in a very handy admin GUI.
The tool adds quite a few functions which native console does not have – see Kirk’s blog post for the full list. Thus, even if you don’t care about scripting you can just use it as a more feature-rich alternative.
If you are a PowerShell scripter (or want to become one) – all the code is available on the PowerShell code tab or in the Properties dialog boxes, and you can obviously make any tweaks, add your own scripts, etc., etc.