Google Analytics - sure, I could have copy/pasted the snippet, but I was on a roll with installing the other add-ons. Also, I’m using my blog for testing and demos.
Additional modifications on this blog:
Disqus comments section (visible on individual post pages)
Twitter timeline in the sidebar (I’m on the fence about keeping this one. Maybe when I have more posts I’ll replace that section in the sidebar with links to top posts. Gonna mull that one over some more.)
The great thing is, neither of those add-ons require the server to be up to work, similar to how the Cloudflare Apps also don’t require the server to be up. :)
All-in-all, I’d say I’m striking a reasonable balance between customizability and convenience. That is, it’s neither the most homebrewed DIY blog solution possible nor is it the most automated not-really-customizable consumer-edition.