Hello! I like both the above original post and your comment which both describe the general privacy/bloat issue and measures against.
But, aside from all the ads and tracking... what do you say about blocking JS to avoid shady malicous code running in your browser, delivered from a site you would normally trust, but was somehow manipulated and may someday find a way out of it's sandbox (browser bugs, PDF vulnerabilities ect.)? Ok, one could disable plugins but you never know what's next. How would you go about this issue with your approach? or did I miss something? I'm not an expert.
I hope my point and question is coming across, despite my English. ;)