In the debate over the individual mandate, there is lots of loose talk about the right of individuals to choose not to purchase a product or participate in commerce. Of course, there is no such right, in the sense that states can (consistent with their constitutions) force you to buy things. On the other hand, one could conceive of this as a fundamental right that is unincorporated and thus only applies to Congress.
As far as I can tell, though, there are no unenumerated and unincorporated rights. The only unincorporated rights are in the Bill of Rights (e.g., grand jury, civil jury, the Third Amendment). Am I wrong about that?