From a quick look, I'm guessing that this post is most likely advertising - Nick, feel free to delete my post if you disagree.
PokerQuickHelper is very cheap, but there's no list of which sites are supported, the information it displays is very minimal compared to the likes of PokerTracker, etc. It doesn't provide essential analysis to help you to learn which hands prove profitable, just whether you're up or down at different games. It also doesn't have anything to help you to work out whether your opponents are tight/loose, etc (like PokerTracker or PokerOffice). You get what you pay for - I'd like to see some $15 software able to give you all the stats you need, but currently the best option is to get either PokerTracker or PokerOffice, either for free using one of their affiliate links, or buying it directly.