Have a Mint
Shaun Inman released Mint well over a year ago and I've only just caved in and purchased a copy. I never felt it was worth the $30 when so many other free alternatives were available. However, one thing I've discovered is that I like stats. I like them very much. As a result of all the rave reviews I've heard elsewhere, I decided to pay for a copy myself.
As it turns out, Mint is pretty darned cool and is visually appealing with it's green and grey. (Seriously, you can never go wrong with those colours!) It's also quite flexible with its Pepper (aka plug-in) system.
Being the lazy guy that I am, I came up with a couple handy bookmarkets:
The first is a simple "refresh all" button. It'll simply take the active tab from each panel and refresh it.
If you're overly obsessive (like me) and like to keep your mint window open 24/7, then I recommend using the auto-refresh button. Click this button once you've loaded the main mint window and it'll automatically refresh the panels every 15 minutes. If you want shorter or longer refresh times, just modify the large number near the end of this script (currently 900000).
Either of these could probably be turned into a Pepper to be a little more integrated but it's more effort than I was willing to put into it for such small scripts. If somebody feels like taking on that task, by all means, go ahead! Happy Mint'ing!