Same. I'm sure Google actually is selling the data, but I really don't care. There are a lot of complaints about privacy violations and whatnot, but they haven't affected me, and there's not a lot I do online that's totally scandalous. I get the principle, but I'm just completely unenthused by the people who want to declare Google some evil superpower.
I love Chrome, it's always been a lot better than Firefox to me. I love Gmail, and I've had my main account there since the service was in public beta, and since then I've always been heavily involved in their beta releases. Google Plus sucks, but I don't care that they're pushing it. It'd be nice if they'd let it be, but I don't blame them for pushing their own product: they're a business. I'd rather they push Google Wave back into existence, but apparently I was the only person who thought that product was great.
And yes, Google search is the bar of excellence to me. I've not tried DuckDuckGo yet, but I have no reason to. Their only selling point is that they don't track what you search, but I don't care about that.