Here's my rendition of the complete CCNP Routing and Switching topology in GNS3. I created it from scratch looking at the Cisco pdf. It turned out great and has been very helpful in learning the details and re-enforcing everything. I built as much as I could off the top of my head but had to look up a few things on frame relay when configuring the FR Switch, and a couple things with ipv6 redistribution.
Looking back I can see where this topology would be very helpful going through all three of the exam's study materials, not just TSHOOT. This way you become more and more familiar with the topology as time goes on.
If you are reading this with a CCNA and looking into going for CCNP, or if you've already started, hopefully this post will help you. Looking at the topology, this is as complex as CCNP will get. It looks a lot more complex than it actually is. It can be quite overwhelming looking at the entire topology at once, but don't let that scare you. Don't look at it as a whole, but at the individual technologies one at a time.
I don't mind providing the GNS3 file to anyone who would like it (without IOS images) but it won't do you much good. You need to build it yourself from scratch for it to help you the most. The time you would take trying to figure out how make make it all work by matching my version and setup, would be much better spent creating it on your own.
If I was just now starting to study for CCNP here's what I would do:
1.) Build the physical topology with ipv4 and ipv6 IPs in place.
2.) Label everything on the map as close to the Cisco topology as you can get it. I have everything pretty much labeled except IPv6.
3.) Save it in GNS3 as a base topology.
4.) As you learn in ROUTE or SWITCH, save the base file name as another file name and when you feel you are ready build that part of the lab. Do this in addition to your other labs that comes with your study courses (i.e. CBT Nuggets)
As I move towards CCIE I have considered building a free CCNP video course. Several years ago I taught at a local college and you have to know it well to teach it. So for me this would re-enforce CCNP concepts that should help me in CCIE. I haven't decided completely yet. I don't want it to slow down my CCIE studies, and I would probably wait until the CCNP R&S exams are updated. Alternatively I could go ahead and cover topics that I know will still be on it. I'll take a closer look when I finish off TSHOOT.
[X] CCENT ICND1 100-105
[X] CCNA ICND2 200-105
[X] CCNP Route 300-101
[X] CCNP Switch 300-115
[ ] CCNP Tshoot 300-135