Closest we've ever had to a Ragdoll was Powder. (In fact, this could be him: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...nt_Ragdoll.jpg
He reached 16-17lbs in his youth and 'made muffins' on just about everything for a minimum of five minutes before sleeping there. By making muffins, I mean kneading the fabric of whatever he was going to lay on in order to create a nest.
This cat was a wonderful personality, and very 'floppy,' true to the ragdoll breed. He was laid back, put up with just about everything we threw his way. This does include the 7yr old version of me carrying him around the house. Extremely vocal, especially while making muffins, and more wonderfully communicative of when he did or didn't want you to love on him.
Enjoy this cat. Ragdolls are truly gems to have around. :)