In the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language by Huddleston and Pullum, the authors write:
A remote conditional must have a modal auxiliary as the apodosis verb (usually would, should, could, or might) and a modal preterite or irrealis were in the protasis. (p.739)
A remote conditional is a conditional sentence using past or past perfect subjunctive mood.
I'm wondering if "might" can be used in the protasis of a remote conditional. I could find examples of remote conditionals whose protases use "would, should, or could", but could not find an example using "might" in the protasis.