Jaxen is an open source XPath library written in Java. It is adaptable to many different object models, including DOM, XOM, dom4j, and JDOM. Is it also possible to write adapters that treat non-XML trees such as compiled Java byte code or Java beans as XML, thus enabling you to query these trees with XPath too.
The current version is 1.1.6:
You can download Jaxen from the releases page.
XOM 1.2.8 bundles Jaxen 1.1.4.
Bob McWhirter talked about Jaxen at Software Development 2003 West.
Check out these Performance Benchmarks comparing dom4j and Jaxen against Xerces and Xalan.
Check out Elliotte Rusty Harold's book chapter on XPath and Jaxen
Alex Chaffee wrote XPath Explorer to help visualize results of XPath expressions.