IMO one reason examples are hard to come by is that most people don't do formal testing, they go shooting have a problem, find a fix, and then throw out the trash and move on.
I do know from experience that, yes, I can correct an open shade shot on daylight film in an enlarger but that life is easier when I filter for it.
I think part of it is that when I filter I use a filter factor which means I actually get all the layers exposed well, I don't get say film's that have underexposed blues or reds.
Using filters (1) forces me to be honest with myself about the exposure settings I really need and (2) preserves the under/overexposure latitude of the film and (3) makes printing easier.
Seriously, why would you expect us to keep or show off our trash?