I am currently working on implementing support for the CFF table and charstrings in a Ruby library. At the moment I'm trying to write tests for the CFF table's encoding structure, but I'm having a devil of a time finding a real-world font that actually specifies an encoding. CID fonts don't specify one, and all the non-CID fonts I've looked at use one of the predefined encodings ("standard" or "expert"). I've downloaded thousands of fonts and for the life of me can't find anything. Can anyone point me to a font that has one of these encoding structures, or is it more of an academic thing that nobody actually uses?