The biggest problem you might have is with MPLS and/or FR, it's quite possible the physical interface will not go down even though the path through your providers cloud is severed. HSRP will not detect this type of failure to my knowledge. It normally works best with carrier T1 type services where your physical interface will actually go "down" if there are connectivity issues. GLBP appears to track interfaces the same way, although I havn't physically used it yet and can't verify.
Unfortunaly I have a similar situation, but can't suggest anything that might be an effective solution.
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