So enjoy a random pretty Peritrich ciliate (think Vorticella) - Apocarchesium, a sizeable clump of vorticella-like bodies atop a single contractile stalk:
Forest of trumpets, on a single stalk. Scalebar - 100µm. (Norf & Foissner 2010 JEM)
And since this paper is by the great Wilhelm Foissner, it includes the obligatory sexy drawings:
Everything you need to know to identify Apocarchesium. (Norf & Foissner 2010 JEM)
That one's actually modest by his standards. There's some truly amazing descriptive drawings by him out there. Possibly worthy of a whole post. Eventually. Especially since he has described a freaking insane number of various ciliates, and possibly other protists. But before that, prior obligations.
Meanwhile, I like to recommend this awesome NAS Sackler Colloquium talk by Julius Lukeš accompanying Lukeš et al. 2009 PNAS on convergent evolution between Alveolates (namely, dinoflagellates) and Euglenozoans. Go watch and savour the amazing genomic evolutionary madness contained therein.