Got mine from Midwest Manuals, on E-Bay. It's a computer disk; I've not seen any hard copies available, anywhere Think I paid $15 for it, and I'm pretty happy with it. A real copy of the factory shop manual. Very comprehensive, but you'll need to do your own substitutes for some of the special tools that are pictured in there.
I obtained my HUGE paper manual through my dealer when I bought the SE5. However, if you want the paper version, take a sedative and sit down before you ask the price. (hint: it's more than $150)
If I had the choice today, I'd spring for the CD. Much of what's in the manual is only useful if you have the proprietary BRP computer program and hookup. For those jobs you can tackle yourself, you could print the pages from the CD version as needed.