Here you go, http://www.packagechoice.com/
I can see why you would have difficulties finding some things online. I did a google search and found limited things the first time through.
FYI I've had a lot of conversations with my insurance agent about homeowners vs. commercial... what we concluded is with the level of professional work vs. personal work I am doing, that the homeowners was fine. I think it's very variable and depends a lot on your policy and your personal situation. I happen to have the bulk of my "camera time" on personal stuff, so that works out ok.
By the way, be aware of deductibles, specific riders for particular pieces of equipment, etc. In my case I actually have a zero deductible policy, and a specific rider for my camera since it is a particularly expensive piece of equipment.
On another note... Alpha's back! Hi Alpha!
It doesn't matter what percentage of your time is commercial. If you are doing, or have ever done, any commercial work with your camera, don't rely on your home owners policy to cover it. You will have no liability coverage. The specific rider covers your equip for personnal use, however, you need a business policy if you've ever received, or intend to receive, any compensation.