Thank you for your kind words and for your votes. WP SlimStat can be used in many different ways indeed, and I'm actually planning to add a functionality to alert the admin if bots exceed a given number of pageviews, so that you can take the appropriate actions or write your own sub-plugin that does that for you.
Be warned, though, that by making WP SlimStat fully compatible with SuperCache and friends, and by enabling this 'cache friendly mode', you will pretty much lose the bot tracking functionality. There's no way around it unfortunately, because what caching plugins do is try to minimize the execution of PHP code and MySQL queries, while on the other side WP SlimStat needs to execute some PHP/MySQL code EVERY TIME a new pageview occurs. As you can see they are pulling the two ends of the same cord ;)
... unfortunately it's not compatible with most CACHING plugins.
Right, now that makes sense.