This is late because my computer was down for the last week and a half in November.
Interest in Hebrews among the biblioblogs seems to have diminished to a trickle the last few months.
However, Charles Savelle is commenting, identifying Five Contributions of the Book of Hebrews. He then offers A Brief Summary of Hebrews 1:1-10:18 and some thoughts on Hebrews 1:1-3.
T.C.R. can only shake his head at the note that the Reformation Study Bible makes on the "Warning Passages" in Hebrews.
Jim Allman comments on Access to God in Hebrews 10 here, here, and here.
David Larsen summarizes Silviu Bunta's SBL paper, "The Convergence of Adamic and Merkabah Traditions in the Christology of Hebrews." (I missed this paper, unfortunately, because the paper was not given at the time stated in the program book).