Good summary/commentary on Hobbes's "Leviathan"?

I tried for five minutes to read the original and gave up. Imagine a teenage blogger posting his theory of everything? That’s how bad Hobbes is. He spends twelve chapters laying philosophical groundwork before he even starts talking about human interaction, the social contract and government. And being a seventeenth century European, his work is as much theology as it is political science. What’s a good place to start to learn what political theory Hobbes did or did not espouse?