During a few month subscription to Groove3 one of the videos I really enjoyed was Nick Gioia's "Mixing Rock" - it's an instructional video he did on mixing a rock/pop project. While it is a great primer for general mixing, he goes over many of the things that are more specific tho rock mixes. I think a one month subscription to Groove3 is a great investment as in that month you can watch any of their videos you might have an interest in. I'm a Sonar user so I watched all those videos, the ones on Kontakt, T-Racks, ..., even the one on Modern Country had some useful information (yes, I even watched that one).
DAW: Sonar X1PE, Cakewalk V Studio 100 interface/mixer; AMD Phenom II X4 CPU w/8GB DDR3 Ram, MS Windows 7 x64; Behringer TRUTH B2031A Monitors
Guitars/Amps: Gibson Les Paul, Fender American Standard Telecaster, Egnater Tweaker Head & Matching Cab w/ Celestion G12H-30, Digitech RP1000, Various Pedals