That would be helpful for me, definitely. I was wondering about washing machine and fridge motors. The startup of a fridge compressor involves quite a lot of instant current, I think.
It is not just a large load. A poor quality or malfunctioning switch that allows significant arcing while making or breaking the current can cause of some of the worst home-generated mains voltage spikes. Before they are extinguished, electric arcs are often unstable, leading to extra high dI/dt.
Edit: I see that @Windadct said almost the same thing at the same time.