Most people want it quick and short - and some will want to drill deeper. You can do either.
Even a Democrat would find that, on balance, Romney would produce greater benefits. (I am an independent, so I look at it from both sides.)
WHAT TO LOOK AT (OR NOT) - Selective "surfing"
Quick And Short:
Glance at the Who Is Mitt Romney QuikSummary on the home page
Then choose what you have time for, scanning as needed, or simply watching some videos, which is easy.
Clear Away Misunderstandings
Look at issues, such as religion, conservatism, etc. - pick what is of interest to you Defuse the false representations about Bain Capital (Do the page on it, to see the exceptional results, or just look at the script for The Real World News With John Coldbear: The King Of Bain.
Several videos, from childhood through the Olympics, Governorship, Bain
See how they stack up in comparison, add or revise what you wish - but please be intelligent about it.
Do In pieces, quick version first
Get The Overview (short version from above) and then do the other items of interest, perhaps watching it
like a TV program, with substance and learning.
WHAT ORDER TO SEE/READ
I would start with the overview and then drill down into what is of interest and concern.
The purpose is to see that he has exceptional capabilities to do the job - and to get rid of the false reasons not to vote for him (False Negatives, Labels).
For best overview
Look at, on home page: Who Romney Is, At A Glance, following any link of interest.
Then look at key issues of concern
Link to parts of his plan that are of interest: The Plan
Compare the candidates, including Obama, based on job requirements