There's an excellent sermon by Greg Boyd over at Mars Hill's Web site. It's an MP3 on another, often overlooked, lens through which to understand the atonement - in some theologies, the most important or only lens. There are a couple of minor problems I have with the sermon, though that's just because I'm ornery - they are mostly Catholic-Protestant differences.
The one thing I would have like to hear more about, since I believe it is of paramount importance to a full understanding of Christus Victor, (the linked article does a poor job of reflecting Catholicism's view of the atonement, but, Hey! it's Wikipedia) is Christ's descent into hell - and what that meant/means for us and for humanity. But perhaps he simply didn't have time to speak about it.
(As a long-drawn-out aside, I am not endorsing all that is Greg Boyd and his ministry, as wonderful as much of what he does is. I do not subscribe to Open Theism, for instance. Greg Boyd does. I'm Catholic, for another instance, and he isn't. [That's me being cantankerous and having fun, by the way - sorry it's not as much fun for you.] But that doesn't mean we need to toss him out with the morning garbage either. He is a brother in Christ with some important insights for Christianity, especially within his own milieu of evangelical/post-evangelical[?] Protestant Christianity.)