Note that if your web server is already running the mod_cloudflare extension, this plugin is not required.
UPDATED 2013/09/12: Converted integration to a Joomla Plugin (was previously a module), added support for Joomla 3.x, and updated with the latest CloudFlare IP ranges.
I can't say that my explanation of what was causing the problems is accurate.. I did not waste time trying to figure it out as I just dropped the service and shifted to use of Google CDN which just works.
I experienced however some bug. I located CloudFlare module on front page after slideshow which uses java script. It killed my sliding script for Safari users. However after I located CloudFlare before the slide module the problem was fixed. So I assume a bit of documentation re the module settings might be useful.
Except of this minor problem (fixed by me in 20 minutes) everything works exactly as intended. Home page opens now 3 times faster.
Plus, for some odd reason in my case it misses a lot of IPs and still shows them as CF's ones and not actual visitors's(about this also were talking at their support about same time ago).
Hi Danns - we pushed an update today that converts this into a Joomla! plugin and updates our IP ranges. Should resolve the issues you mentioned.