I'd get an NTG3 shotgun. Sounds comparable to something like the Sanken CS-1 or 416 (even looks a bit like a 416 or KM81i). I'd get the wind package they make for it too, unless you can pull off getting a rycote kit.
The NT4 is a nice mic, although I find myself wishing I could change polar patterns on it, and its heavy!! 9v power option on it is nice though, for the times I don't want to bring something as big as a 744T out with me. (and it comes with the 5pin XLR to 2x XLR output cable AND the 5pin xlr to 1/8" cable, which is nice. So many companies make you buy accessories like that...)
I'd also get a pair of NT5s (they make a stereo matched pair) so you can do a stereo pattern other than the NT4's coincident X-Y. Also always nice to have a few pencil mics laying around. Unfortunately, they don't make a stereo bar to go with it.
I'd get an NT2000 LDC. Nice for studio work, such as studio sfx, VO, etc... It's a very useful mic because it's so flexible (has continuously variable polar pattern). If you have carte blanche over all their products, I'd go ahead and get a Classic II as well. Really nice sounding tube LDC (although I can't think of much to use it for in a film setting other than VO work. I suppose it might make for some nice studio sfx recordings. Can't use it in the field though because of the power supply.
As far as accessories go, I'd stock up on their softies (WS7), maybe get a blimp kit with a windjammer (blimp / deadcat). If you get an NT4, I'd also get the "Dead Kitten". That mic is a really weird size and it's a pain to get a good windshield on it, so I'm sure it would prove itself quite useful.
They also make a nice little tripod mic stand that could come in handy. As far as which boom pole to go with, I can't really help you there without knowing what it's for. The small one limits what you can do, but is easier to travel with.
Hope this helps. I've had a fair amount of experience with RØDE products, so let me know if you have any questions specific to a certain mic or something.