The paper I presented about this matter (see here) has been accepted by EuRad 2009 Conference. This will result in a publication in IEEE Proceedings. IEEE is the most important engineering society. I cannot made public this paper until it will appear in the proceedings. After this date you can read it at IEEE Xplore where you can find another paper of mine about scattering of electromagnetic waves by a rough surface (see here). As you can see, the way publishing is operated by engineers is quite different from that of physicists.
Anyhow, the idea is quite simple and use the fact that for a two-dimensional Riemann manifold one has always a conformal metric. Then, Fischer information matrix can be expressed in a diagonal form with new estimators that are always optimal with respect to Cramer-Rao bound. So, due to the fact that there exists a vast set of probability distributions with two parameters, the application areas of this result are huge. In my paper I make the case of sea clutter for radar applications but what I prove is a theorem in statistics and you can realize by yourself the importance.
The n-parameter case can also be made but here there are two more demanding requests: the existence of a conformal metric and the existence of a potential for a vector field that satisfies Liouville equation. These cannot always be satisfied and so the two-dimensional case appears a rather lucky one.