You can even work with subdivisions. The examples on the help pages for download and outbound links propose urchinTracker('/downloads/map'); and
Now we also know why Google says the "normal" tracking code should be put at the end of the page, right before the </body> tag. I always wondered why they recommend this weird location. This is because calls like the ones above should happen prior to the "normal" one.
If only I had known this earlier. I would love to have known an accurate number of downloads of my thesis text (and the number of unique downloaders) :-)
Have fun tracking all events on your website!