I promised not to reply damnit
However here is a screenshot of part of T214 (yes I cherry-picked by scrolling to an interesting part, but I didn't have to do that too badly) showing text content in web page format (the > icons), a quiz, two polls, four forums, a database, and finally, yes - a PDF too. The things either side are just html blocks. This is all in the study calendar format which is basically like 'weekly' but integrates calendar events.
T214 looks like an interesting course in general as well - although I imagine it's a bit too much work, and too expensive, to sign up just to see one of the best examples of Moodle use at the OU. I'm sure there are still things wrong with it / limitations in the way we're using Moodle even on these courses which do include a lot of the features. Hopefully over the coming years we will have many more courses that use a range of Moodle and OU moodle tools even better.