It's now on-line, though lists so many programs in just two broad categories, that it will probably be of limited use even to those who want to enter the SPEP universe. Some of the earlier caveats still apply, especially that a PhD from many of the programs listed will limit your professional opportunities. On the other hand, the SPEP Guide has expanded the lists, and so there is more overlap with the PGR surveys of scholars working in the 19th- and 20th-century Continental traditions than previously. (There are still some inexplicable inclusions--e.g., both Schacht and Schroeder are emeritus at Illinois/Urbana now, and have been since last year--and omissions--e.g., Columbia, with Carman, Goehr, and Neuhouser is one of the very top places for Continental philosophy in the U.S.) The bottom line remains that for a strong philosophical education and serious work on the Continental traditions, the best bets remain (in no particular order) Columbia, Chicago, Northwestern, Georgetown, UC Riverside, and Notre Dame in the U.S.--and maybe also Brown, Syracuse, BU, NYU, Johns Hopkins, Princeton, and a couple of others, depending on a student's interests (consult the PGR specialty rankings, linked above.)
(As to why this is correctly called the "SPEP Guide" for Continental programs, see the earlier discussion.)
Also good news: the absurd and unreliable "Climate for Women" listing has not returned!