While there are probably many of you out there humming along with Froyo on your Nexus One without a problem, you may be interested to learn that that version of Android 2.2 may not be the "official release" that Google intends to push out to all users. SlashGear has reported that a Google employee named "Ry Guy" has stated that Nexus One users will get an OTA update from Google once the official update goes live. However, no one knows if the OTA "official release" will be any different than the version that is in use right now, so there may be no need to update. Also, as long as you got the update from Google itself, it's not like running that build of Froyo will do any harm to your device. Ry Guy went on to say that Google is working to bring the official update "ASAP," so it should hit some time in the next couple of weeks. Are any of you running Android 2.2 on your Nexus One? Tell us your experience with the update!