Probably not the right place to be asking this. Primarily because people here tend to be annoyed by the kinds of crap you're trying to pull. Cnet itself may be neutral on the whole topic, but I'm talking the individual members of this site. We're more interested in stopping people like you from bugging our computers than helping you do it more effectively.
Yes, yes, I know there are perfectly legitimate uses for those things, that most people would not find disagreeable... Still doesn't change the fact that when you talk about web beacons and the like, the primary function of which is to covertly spy on people, the odds of you using the info for one of those few legitimate purposes tends to go down significantly.
So you may want to try a more spam-friendly type of forum, and no, I won't give any suggestions.
Can web beacons help deliver flash cookies? I know that web beacons can help deliver regular browser cookies but am not familiar enough with flash cookies to figure out if the same applies to LSOs. Adobe's page on flash cookies just states that LSOs are "exactly like" browser cookies, but I hesitate to jump to conclusions.