Conversion tracking just doesn't work for us. We have two layers of caching before a page gets rendered (Akamai caches the rendered page for 1 minute, then when the request does come through to the server, it's most likely still cached by W3TC). So the views just aren't accurate.
Additionally, on one of our sites we have a form that's present on all pages, so it generates upwards of 1.5 million "views" in a month (just for the requests that get past Akamai & W3TC).
Consequently, we've modified RGFormsModel::insert_form_view() to just return immediately and not track hits. However it would be nice if this were baked into the plugin and the conversion statistics in the admin panel would also toggle off when conversion tracking is disabled.
Is it viable/realistic that this feature would get implemented in a near-future release of GravityForms?