Like that, more or less. The individual elements pop up when I need them and disappear when I'm not using them so they don't clutter my peripheral vision. Instead of energy tanks it just says "Energy" across the top and instead of on the side (the servitor treats my energy level as a percentage). The beam and visor symbols are both gone obviously, and I map whatever I might need at any given time to the sliders along the sides (e.g. stamina level).
Enigma's main purpose is to take some of the burden off of Luna when it comes to planning my schedule, as such it has both a day planner and another one that covers a longer timeframe (up to a month). The radar and 3D minimap are both functional, and it also has a scan visor (though that's more of a gimmick that doesn't do anything useful).
Additionally, it can interface with my electronic devices and provide me with supplementary information (such as passwords, or in the case of my watch and cell phone, imposing a nav marker to point me to my current objective). Also, it's able to emulate a 2x optical zoom by taking the center of my FOV and magnifying it.