The Hubble Space Telescope has discovered a number of ellipticals and S0's with small nuclear, stellar disks (eg. van den Bosch et al. 1994, AJ, 108, 1579). The kinematics of these disks may allow a derivation of the central mass density of the host galaxy, in much the same way as is possible with ionized gas disks (e.g. M87; Harms et al. 1994, ApJ, 435, L35). In order to understand the kinematic signatures of these disks, we have constructed two-integral, axisymmetric models of ellipticals with nuclear stellar disks. We use the method developed by Hunter & Qian (1993, MNRAS, 262, 401) to calculate f(E, Lz
), from which we derive the velocity profiles (VPs). Depending on the choice of the odd part of the DF, one can construct a large variety of models including some with counter-rotating cores.