If you're up for trying another tool for this, instead of hoping Toodledo will exceed its specifications, I found a beauty of a timeline-type tracker that has really been inspiring me to keep my priorities straight. It's called BubbleTimer: http://bubbletimer.com
It's only free for 14 days, and $20/year after that, but I haven't seen anything else comparable to it (unless you count the paper version of David Seah's Emergent Task Planner, that the BubbleTimer is based on).
I love having an array of tools at my disposal, and each with its own unique purpose, but that's just me. I figure if something did it all, it wouldn't do everything as well as some dedicated tools.
I am really hoping that Toodledo will make use of the time information already included in the database and make reports/graphs on what time was used in various areas AND what percentage that time was verses the goal or estimate.... why use two programs when one can do it all? There should be a program that does both. I have looked at bubbletimer and love the reporting and focus on goals, but I like Toodledo's automatic timer and robust task features.