Anyone who loves their Motorola Atrix 4G but could do without Moto's custom Android skin, relief may be coming: nightly builds of CyanogenMod 7 have started rolling out for the phone. Despite the fact it isn't yet marked as "stable," Android Community reports that it runs pretty well, with WebTop functionality and the biometric unlocking sensor being the only main missing features. For many, that may be a small price to pay to run a clean version of Android, though the less daring among us might be better served waiting for a truly stable version to roll out before taking the plunge. At least Motorola and AT&T were kind enough to unlock the Atrix's bootloader when the Gingerbread software update rolled out this summer — Droid RAZR owners aren't going to be so lucky.