DAMN!This is what my rig looks like with every thing attached (except the Samurai; I don't need that and the DVD recorder on at the same time).
There are two microphone systems pictured, but I really only use one or the other (on top is the H4n for stereo and mixing, and below is a shotgun mic for mono and less weight and power; the H4n runs off the D-Tap).
On the back is an HDMI to RCA converter and a DVD recorder (both powered by D-Tap) and they can quickly be removed and replaced with the Samurai (faster than the camera can be powered down and up for switching output to PCI-HD). I realize the wire management is atrocious here, but it's much cleaner with just the shotgun mic and the Samurai.
Under the DVD recorder/HDMI-RCA converter is the RED ONE battery belt pack which takes V-lock bricks and uses an adapter cable to attach to the Scarlet of course. I chose to mount and build a lock/release mechanism so I can quickly take off the battery pack and move it to my belt (when transferring the Scarlet to my hand-held rig which I'll upload picks, descriptions and sample video for later)
I went with a very inexpensive ProAim Matte box from India because I wanted to modify it without worrying about loosing any resale value from my sloppy machine work. I fixed it so I can fairly quickly change between my Canon 17-55 IS USM and 70-200 IS USM by just loosening one knob and sliding the whole matte box from one extreme to the other (no measuring or lining up to the length of the lens on set unless I add a prime into the mix).
The rig can sit on a tripod as seen here (those handle bars in front can come off the front and quickly attach to the back in case you want to shoot studio/event style), or you can take this rig off the tripod and put it on your shoulder, holding onto the handle bars and resting your elbows against your stomach (I've been able to walk around for hours like this shooting documentary style). A small accessory back is hanging between the handle bars for easy access (lens caps, cleaning kit, RED Mags, etc).
The 5" touch screen is a little hard to see in this picture, but it's just above the left handle bar. It's low so I can walk around stareing at it and still see where I'm walking. I can also easily reach up a hit buttons and the screen for: Rack/Spot Focus, Record, Iris up/down (on the hard keys, or any other setting I want to change from the screen menu), toggle through overlays (I usually like to leave it set to focus peaking).
Finally, just over the right handle, you can see a large knob. That is attached to a 'focus' whip that attaches to a 'focus assist' (out of view on the opposite side) which is actually operating the zoom ring on my two zoom lenses (both lenses' zoom rings are the same distance from the camera mount, so no extra adjustments when swapping these two lenses!), so in a nut shell, it's a zoom demand.
I'm currently working on a flight case that can snugly house this entire rig without breaking down anything but the handle bars and tripod. I've got a case and I'm sculpting the foam right now, and when I'm done, I'm lining the case with black velvet.