discovering the world used to have a few profile cuts of discraft discs but that's all i really know of. nowadays most discs vary so much from run to run in their dome height that only about 1/3 of the profile views would be accurate (the dome height dictates the slant on the wing too with a few discs).
personally, i would edge you towards not caring what the rim feels like unless you have a severe physical problem (e.g. missing a finger, birth defect, etc.) that dictates what you can and cannot throw or they cause physical injury (cuts, severe blisters, etc.). i have had discs i downright hated the feel of but i learned to love the feel of them when i found myself way down the middle of the fairway again and again
btw, i agree with you it is a good idea, but not sure it'd be worthwhile for a non-manufacturer to cut apart 1 of every disc and take a picture of it just so others on the net could steal it too.
i also find looking at profiles often gives people the wrong kinds instincts/generalizations about discs. i see a lot of people that think domey = flippy... when if you've thrown any of the domey dx rocs you'll know they are mega overstable. have heard others say there's no way the wraith could be stable with that high of a dome when it is actually quite stable.