I will begin by stating that many, and you may be included, will notice improvements to responsiveness, fewer screen re-draws, and fewer 'low memory' conditions by freezing apps.
I do not have a list of the blur .odex and .apk files that you are considering freezing.
Please remember, if you freeze apps and then apply an update without "thawing"/"unfreezing" the apps, you could get into a boot loop. This may necessitate a flashing of a base sbf file, then applying updates to this, then reloading and setting up all apps.
Every list of apps that folks consider candidates for freezing seems to be different. If you are going to freeze apps, you need to determine, based on your own usage, which apps you want to freeze. Remember, some apps are dependent on other apps and services. (Example, the GoToMeeting app requires the Citrix Receiver service and the Gallery app can use the DLNA service)
I will share my experience, and I am sure others will share there experience.
On my OG Droid, I suffered from slow redraws of my home screen, sluggish responsiveness, and frequent 'low memory' conditions when using a couple of apps. I froze several apps that I did not ever see a need to use and these problems, though not completely eliminated became less noticeable or frequent.
On my Droid 3, this was a different story. I have (and I had) no home screen redraw issues, no slow responsiveness, nor have I encountered any 'low memory" conditions. Depending on the apps, widgets, and services, one may or may not encounter these conditions; virtually every single person has a different configuration of apps, widgets, and services, so the conditions vary by person. I rooted my Droid 3 and froze all apps and services that I did not use or expect to use. For me, based on my combination of apps, widgets, and services, I noticed no improvement in my phone. After a week, I "thawed" all apps.
For me, and the combination of apps, widgets and services, I noticed no measurable improvement. Given that and the possibility that I forget to "thaw' all apps and put my phone into a boot-loop after trying to apply the update, I am not freezing apps. If I have issues, I may freeze apps in the future.
I will conclude by repeating my opening statement "many, and you may be included, will notice improvements to responsiveness, fewer screen re-draws, and fewer 'low memory' conditions by freezing apps."