Neither do I, but most profiles I've paid for I don't actually end up using, often throwing away whole packs. I've tried thousands of profiles and I have to say that my go-to's have almost always been freebies. I've had to hunt and keep a keen eye out for those rare gems, but you really don't need to buy anything to get good profiles.
Webb's stuff has been really solid for a while, even as he's worked on profiling techniques and methods. I had a chance to try the commercial Cameron DI's and there's just no contest. These both have a cab and sonic balance where the DI's were oversaturated in gain and the low end turned it into mush no matter which IR or EQ I tweaked.