This lab is a lot of fun. I've been using CBTNuggets to study for the CCIE, and Jeremy Cioara (who, by the way, is a GENIUS) teaches a great course that's just a practice CCIE lab that he walks you through.
He recommended doing it yourself first to see if you could and I got all the way through it -- with a few exceptions. I posted it here for others to check out, and maybe learn from -- I didn't check most of my work against Jeremy's, so I imagine I solved some of the problems in different ways.
It's pretty ridiculous what you're asked to do -- very complex, overlapping technologies. Click on the picture below to see the entire topology that I used. Jeremy didn't provide one, so I built one myself.
You can download the unsolved as well as my version of the solved GNS3 lab below!
The GNS3 video series is here: https://www.cbtnuggets.com/it-training-videos/course/cisco-ccie-routing-switching-practice-lab <-- This requires a subscription, but you can check out the first minute or two of each video for free as a sample. You'll need to subscribe to get access to CBTNugget's great full lab topology and instruction requirements, but consider the solved as a taster for what you'll be asked to do.
Download both the solved and unsolved versions of the GNS3 lab here: http://1drv.ms/1jGAtsE.