You might take a look at the docs for some of the "lite" ColdFusion MVC frameworks. Framework 1 (FW/1) and ColdBox Lite are probably the easiest MVC frameworks to use, and their introductory docs explain the MVC concept. You might also take a look at this blog post from Ben Nadel which provides a good undestanding of what each piece of MVC does. Kevin Stannard wrote a blog post on writing his own MVC framework, which also helps understand how things fit together.
Carl, that Kevin Stannard post was excellent! Thank you so much.
I think a "lite" version of my own custom framework is a perfect learning experience for how MVC works, and allows me to ever-optimize it as my understanding grows. Ben's an EXCELLENT CF developer, and I had read his post you linked there, but it really provided little information regarding the intricacies of the MVC separation of concerns; it seemed more based on telling you what to be careful each layer was doing, but that aside Nadel's website is always chock full of great info.
Kevin's post really does a great job helping me understand. I have a lot of re-coding to do with my framework, but oddly enough, I'm excited to do so. If I can get my framework to be a modular, OOP-based MVC format, I'll feel as if I'm nearing cutting edge methodologies.
Also, I read some doc son FW/1's process, and I like its organization structure. In how CF simplified application development, I think FW/1 does a good job of simplifying a framework.
Much kudos to ya Carl.