AFAIK they're already eligible, or at least any Magazine CDs were included when I did the CD softlists. I don't think there was ever any issue with those being seen as commercial.
Some demo versions can be pretty interesting / different versions of the games.
Anyway, lets not derail the topic. Test software is always interesting, and while I doubt a program done in basic is going to push the limits of a machine and show up emulation issues it's still worthwhile to show that the driver works, the chances of somebody wanting to run a driver with *no* known software is rather minimal :-)
This is certainly good news. Thank you for the positive feedback! :-)
I agree different versions of games can be pretty interesting. What Iíve come to find, different versions of games can actually be better in many cases than the original.
On topic with regards to a driver with no known software: How boring!