I don't know about this.This thread has gone to 17 pages now.
I strongly believe the crux of the matter is the leaking front seal as the root cause.
So if one replaces only the stator/clutch, chances are the problem will be back.
The best long-term solution is a brand-new Denso.
Last year I changed out the a/c compressor on my '07 Odyssey with 95k on it. I put on a brand new (not refurbished) Denso compressor. It lasted 13 months (1 month out of warranty) and I had to change out the stator this past weekend. The front seal was like brand new, no oil or anything.
FYI, search on Ebay for "10S20C coil" and any of those coils will work, starting at $25 shipped. I'm probably going to buy another just to have a spare.
Also, I'd recommend making sure you have the following tools for the job. It'll make your life a lot easier.
HF internal/external circlip pliers: 2 Pc 10 in. Internal And External Circlip Pliers
You'll also possibly need the small circlip pliers - good to have both.
This torque wrench with a 17mm or 19mm short 1/2" socket works fantastic for moving the tensioner and getting the serpentine belt off/on. Just push slowly to release the tension. 1/2" Torque Wrench
I'd also recommend unbolting the compressor (4 bolts) so you can move it around to get a better angle when removing the circlips.
It took me a little over 2 hours to change the stator my first time and doing it this way.