I have been on this site for a while now, and have gathered that we stand for...
3) Validity of the Sacraments
4) Anti-Heresy in the Novus Ordo
Are there any other things or have I nailed the most important issues that the SSPX challenges the Novus Ordo on? Do I have any misunderstandings on what the SSPX stands for thus far?
Also, what does the SSPX hold on issues such as Catholic Supremacism, Christian Identity, and Private Revelation (speaking in tongues and prophecy)? Does the SSPX reject these concepts or does it embrace them?
I think you are mistaken on number 1 above. While I have seen a few people on this site who could be classified as "anti-Semites", that certainly does not describe most traditional Catholics or the SSPX. Desiring the conversion and salvation of Jews does not make one an "anti-Semite", nor does recognizing the reality of the ongoing conspiracy against the Church.
Numbers 2, 4, 5, and 6 could be rolled up into "anti-evil", which, of course, traditional Catholics should be; and, of course, all Catholics should stand for number 3, but the Conciliar sect has little interest in it.
I'm not sure what you mean by most of the issues in your last paragraph except that most traditional Catholics, including the SSPX, accept truly approved private revelations.
This site is also fairly tolerant of idiotic vanity threads being started.