You missed my favorite - Acme::Magpie - "steals shiny things".
The Magpie is a bird known for stealing shiny things to build its nest from, Acme::Magpie attempts to be a software emulation of this behaviour. When invoked Acme::Magpie scans the symbol tables of your program and stores attractive (shiny) methods in the %Acme::Magpie::Nest hash.
Though I suppose you probably missed lots of other's "favorites" too. :-)
Update:Do'h! I didn't see until later that you asked earlier for input on this.
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