Normally my carry changes here and there but here would be normal.
1911 Government strong side IWB, double mag carrier weak side IWB, P3AT left pocket, P3AT mag and single CR123A light in right pocket. Everything in my own rigs, Texas rigs for IWB, and SharkBite for pockets.
Heavy, take off the double mags. Add Taurus PT145 in a left hand IWB rig, move P3AT to right pocket, put PF9 in left pocket. Optionally put double 1911 mags IWB center of the back. This is way overkill, but occasionally if I'm going shooting at the range etc, I'll run a carry load like this just to make it easy to transport my normal carry guns legally without having to case and unload. Generally speaking those 4 guns don't get unloaded, they get rotated between my carry and my wife's but it's just understood that they are always loaded under normal conditions.
If I'm running light it's the P3AT in right pocket and PF9 in the left(I haven't built a right hand pocket rig for the PF9 yet, otherwise it would be reversed). Very rarely I will carry just the P3AT in the right pocket, and mag/flashlight in off side pocket.
Oh and I add in a pocket knife from time to time but generally not for anything beyond tool use, I don't have any intentions of being in any kind of knife fight kind of situation. I don't have any formal knife training and if I'm honest I just don't want to be in that position if possible, I'll work with my guns up close if need be. I also carry Fox Labs spray from time to time but I haven't found a good way to carry it, and generally I have enough stuff on me that I don't bother. I do agree that have a less than lethal is a great idea but, having a long gun would be a great idea as well but I'm not adding that to my carry either;)
To each his own, most cases I can be happy having just a gun and a reload. Sometimes I like to carry a heavier load of guns and gear, ain't it great to have a choice;) Oh and I should mention one other reason I carry a heavy loadout is when I'm testing new holsters and gear. Sometimes I want to see how a rig will run for an 17 hour day but I'm not willing to give up my normal 1911 on my hip, so the testing rig gets placed for my off hand and I just add that rig to my carry.