Focus is on interface use patterns, not on raw page views.
Effective but expensive... Checkout http://www.tealeaf.com/. It allows you to see the fine details of use.
You can also setup most analytics systems, like Ominture or Coremetrics, to track every single selection (takes a lot of work though).
ClickTale lets your record visits and then watch them back like a video, including mouse moves, scrolling, etc. The first time I saw it, I felt a bit odd that I was being tracked in so much detail - so some users might not like it, but it should do what you want.
They offer mouse-move heatmaps as well, which (they claim) correlate highly with eye-tracking data.
It's also quite expensive for a web monitoring tool.