I have to admit that I have been pretty distracted by all the MadMapper activity. Shaking me away from my haze of Mapping Madness was Simon Barker (known from the forums as lotech) who loaded up custom modules for those who want to see a lot more of the controls on their screen without too much clutter.
The first, of these that appealed the most to my sensibilities is (LT) Clip Control. A slim module that combines several other existing modules, such as the several existing variations of PLAY STOP ALL and Cross Fader modules, into one that you can conveniently position to the left of the main Modul8 interface with the included benefit of having a thumbnail preview of each media used in its layer.
After that, the (LT) Clip Control fits nicely below the main interface and provides you with an alternative to the existing clip controls with, what would be my favorite addition, preset speeds for clip playback.
The third, (LT) Media Panel is a compressed, functionally expanded, laptop screen friendly version of the Big Media Keyboard module, allowing you to see up to three media sets at a time with the added value of allowing you to name your sets for easy reference.
Along with the screenshot he provided was the above photo showing his TouchOSC layout on his iPad that is very appealing to in that it looks as if it takes into account the ergonomics of the iPad in that I would probably hold it in both my hands and tap the buttons with my thumbs, freeing myself from having to crouch in front of the laptop.