One of the problems with flashing these batteries is that when you apply a theme via the Theme Chooser app, it replaces the battery at the levels contained in the theme causing your battery indicator to appear to have multiple personality disorder. I have edited the 2 stock themes, Androidian and Cyanbread, so that you can apply either yet still retain my battery mod. The theme will still apply like normal, it just won't touch the battery. I've made 3 separate downloads so you can choose to replace either of the built in themes or both.
Flash in recovery
OK, finally got a little bit of work done for you guys. I have 3 different Cyanogen packages here. The first is primarily just the SmoothC battery mod. It does also change the progress bar and overscroll effect to blue from the yellow/orange.
In the second file, I made what could be best described as a blue stock look. Most of these files also reside in my aosp source tree for when I compile my personal roms. The battery is NOT a super circle, but is an enhanced version of the gingerbread battery with percentage and better charging animation. All of the pressed/focused/selected orange highlights have been replaced. Also, the green sliders and lockscreen buttons are blue. The "fully" indications (where wifi and signal strength turn green) I've made blue, but use the same icons. Same with download/upload. Basically the idea was to have a blue version of stock. It does have some blue emoticons rather than the stock green ones. And the status bar pulldown is semi-transparent. Really this is one of my personal favs, which is why I put it together for you. (sorry about the file naming, lol....couldn't come up with anything better than "Blue")
The last file is the exact same as the last one, but has the SmoothC super circle battery instead of my Better Gingerbread Battery.
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Just a quick (yet incomplete) update for CM7 and super circle. I have a theme I've been kinda-sorta working on for a little while. If any of you came from the Nexus One crowd and participated in my big super circle thread there you may recognize parts of this. It's still very incomplete (probably always will be) but there's also quite a bit of work done. It adds some blue to the stock look, mostly all the changes are in framework-res, but there are some in contacts, phone, browser, and SystemUI. It has the Smooth C super circle battery. There's a few areas that the t-mobile theme engine can't modify (system pop-ups, and lock-screen mostly), and I'll try to post a framework-res update.zip you can flash to get the those themed as well, just remember that those changes stay with you even after switching themes.
Just install this apk like any other, then go to Theme Chooser and select it. You will see an error about 'missing assets' just click the apply anyway. This is caused by the fact that there are new assets in the theme that don't exist on the device. Also due to this you should reboot after applying. Not always necessary, but I've had a couple times where not everything showed up correctly but a reboot fixes it.
Remember it's still very much a WIP so take it easy on me
I bought the Inspire for my mother last weekend, and now that it's rooted, I thought I'd throw one of my newest battery circles on there. Works just as expected. The only one I have built right now is based on the stock rom.
I call it Smooth C, because it goes through the sane color changes as the classic C battery circle, but each image changes hue ~2-3 degrees as it progressess. Basically a gradient style change that goes in this order from high to low: Blue->Green->Yellow->Orange->Red. Charging animation is super smooth, and displays both the charge level, and the animation. UOT started offering it later, and they call it "hybrid" I think, to give you an idea.
Sorry, no screenshots right now :-/
This is a recovery flash.zip:
Just finished deodexing attn1's Inspired DHD-afr001 rom (yay, wifi works) and made the same super circle for it: