Where to find one? Well, in my game room. That's certainly one place.
It is quite nice, but it doesn't come close to the Mitsubishi Megaview XC2935. NEC, 1280x1024 max, Megaview, 1600x1200 max. Supports more resolutions in general as well, has more inputs... not to dissuade you, just saying that owning both, I've found the Megaview, this model in particular, to be far superior. I understand there is an XM29+ model that has some extra feature, but I'll be damned if I can even remember what it is right now. Maybe YPbPr support? Not sure.
As for where to get one, I got mine from ebay, years and years ago. Around 2002 I think. I only paid about a hundred dollars for it, so the hundred and fifty or so extra went entirely toward the freight shipping. It arrived at my office, strapped down to a pallet.
You might have some luck finding good old CRT monitors suitable for classic (and newer) video games if you ask around at local television studios. Many places have put them to the side some years ago for newer monitors, if they haven't purged them outright then they may be willing to let them go. The downside to this, or buying any monitor like this, along with its age, is that because it was primarily used in a work environment, it could have a considerable number of hours on it, which could mean undesirable wear, if not necessarily tear.