If they decide on displaying her in a "dynamic" pose I'd vote for hanging her inverted (at a slight angle) from the ET attach points with open PBD's, some payloads in the bay and a simulated EVA by a suspended EMU to show scale. The SRM and OBSS could be outstretched showing how it scanned the chin area for example.
The gangways could pass close to the vehicle but not allow touching.
Showing her in a OPF style of display would be less impressive IMO.
I may be totally out to lunch here, but I don't think that's practicable from an engineering standpoint. In a 1G environment, if the PBD's are open, aren't the strongbacks required? And since the OBSS and SRMS are not meant to be operated (or out of their mounting positions) in a 1G environment, wouldn't some additional bracing be required to have them extended in a mock operational position? And I would think that this would visibly detract from the effort to depict them in an "operational" position.