I am afraid, no. You most likely will need proper reference and figure it out yourself. I can recommend the Tankograd book on canadian Leopards (Mr. Shackletons book is supposed to be a great source too, but I just do not know it, so I cannot judge). So far I think I have been able to figure out the layouts of the mats with the help of Tankograds Book (it is published bilingual - german and english). If you have time to wait I will post my interpretation in my blog. I think that the rough layout for the mats for the trunk are as such:
Two big mats covering the front (the most frontal one is not completely correct, but comes close). The one further back hides the additional frontal armor. I am quite sure, that those are two big mats.
The side skirts are covered with 9 smaller mats, that have slits where the supports of the slat armor are. Here is my basic layout - slits still missing (excuse the crappy-out-of-focus-pic. Was just a quit shot for demonstration.)
The turret is way more complicated but I am progressing on that too. As mentioned above: this is the result according to my research - so no guarantee on that.
Note of caution: I am talking about a Leopard 2A6M. The canadians had other Leopards in Afghanistan too.