Actually Wladimir ... Chewey's suggestion is probably not a bad idea at all. It gives a whole new sense of 'use' for ABP. To my knowledge, there is really nothing out there to block most tracking.
Chewey, Reve, and myself have been doing a pretty good job on building the ABP Tracking Filter on my forum (much thanx to Reve on my forum as he has done more work on this lately than myself and others combined).
The Tracking Filter may not be perfect yet ... but it is definitely a great start. Good enough I think to warrant really telling people about. With all the news lately about web bugs, privacy invasion and stats-gathering .... using ABP as a tracking-blocker could become really big - really fast. Don't you think? It could really boost ABP's credibility and flexibility.
Even users who are not interested in blocking ads may use ABP just to block tracking. I use only that subscription in Thunderbird ... no 'pings' in my mail. It makes me feel a lot better about using HTML mail than before I installed it. I have not received any newer type of junk mail since (I still keep getting the "same old" though).
Looking back, I think that the decision to separate 'trackers' from the ad lists was a very good one ... wouldn't you say Chewey?