I made some maps without taking into account partisanship or the VRA.
AL-01 (blue) (Mobile and South Alabama) - R+16 (safe Republican) - 68% white, 26% black.
Bonner should win easily here as always.
AL-02 (green) (Montgomery, East Black Belt) - R+5 (toss-up/leans Republican) - 54% white, 40% black.
If Bobby Bright wanted a political comeback, he should win easy here. Even if not, a Blue Dog style Dem would have a good shot here. Roby gets screwed.
AL-03 (magenta) (West Black Belt) - R+11 (toss-up/leans Republican) - 60% white, 35% black. [new district]
This district is basically tied at the local level, so a good Blue Dog Dem would win here. Also, there is no real Republican incumbent.
AL-04 (red) (Birmingham) - R+2 (toss-up/leans Democrat) - 53% white, 40% black. [new district]
Obama actually won here, so automatically it becomes good for the Dems. Terri Sewell would probably run here, though the Dems would have a better shot with a Blue Dog. Republicans would no doubt get Bacchus to try and run here.
AL-05 (yellow) (Birmingham exurbs, east Alabama) - R+25 (safe Republican) - 76.5% white, 17% black [new district]
Umm...yeah. However, this sets Bacchus and Rogers up for a grudge match, so it wouldn't be a yawner exactly.
AL-06 (teal) (North Alabama) - R+29 (safe Republican) - 86% white [old AL-04]
Even safer Republican than AL-05, though less so on a local level (but still heavily R).
AL-07 (grey) (North Alabama, Huntsville) - R+14 (leans Republican) - 72% white, 18% black [old AL-05]
Solid for Brooks, but still winnable with the right Dem.
In a good year, this could be a 4-3 Dem advantage. In a bad year, however, Republicans could win all districts here.