I always believed that Google is more about non-flash and more of @XMLHttpRequest@. Brajeshwar.com is on "Mediatemple (Mediatemple)":http://www.mediatemple.net/, they have urchin for the site stats and I know that Urchin had nothing flashy about them. I use more of "Mint (Mint)":http://www.haveamint.com/ to study the statistics but I am sure I will be more on Google Analytics for more details.

I signed up for "Google Analytics (Google Analytics)":http://analytics.google.com/ recently but the tracking started today and I was amazed at the cool interface, the detailed reports. Well, most of the reports, graphs __et al__ are done in Flash. I am pretty sure there's more to it than just meets the eye but it is cool to see Flash being used in one of the most appropriate style.

"Google Analytics (Google Analytics)":http://analytics.google.com/, I am loving it.
__Somehow I can no longer add more sites to track, they seem to have stopped accepting new one for the time being.__

"Mark Boulton (Mark Boulton)":http://www.markboulton.co.uk/ have a good "review/comparison (review/comparison)":http://www.markboulton.co.uk/journal/comments/measuremap_mint_and_googleanalytics/ of "Mint (Mint)":http://www.haveamint.com/, "Google Analytics (Google Analytics)":http://analytics.google.com/ and "Measure Map (Measure Map)":http://measuremap.com/.