If you're a Droid X owner, you are probably aware of the locked bootloader that has thus far seemingly thwarted efforts at bringing custom ROM's to your device. Today, however, seems to be a bright new day for you who have waited so long.
An clever developer who goes by the Twitter handle of @cvpcs has discovered a way to port the popular Gingerbread based CyanogenMod 7 on to the Droid X. Be advised that the bootloader on the device is still locked. Essentially, the developer managed to port CM7 over to run on top of the stock Droid X kernel.
Unfortunately, there are still some caveats/bugs with it. What appears to work right now are the radio, WiFi, USB, charging, various sensors, lights, vibration, and standard bluetooth. It appears that audio is now working as well, based on a recent tweet from cvpcs. What does not work (or not sure) is the GPS, 3G/data, camera, and the camcorder.
To keep up with the latest developments on this outstanding work, be sure to follow @cvpcs on Twitter. For a video of CM& running on the DX, skip past the break.