Thanks BM. Yeah the temp was definitely a problem. Shaking it caused it to foam, which prevented me from venting off the pressure (because the beer would spew out the vent) which caused the serving pressure to be very high, which caused an already warm beer to foam.
Patience...I know I know I know!
However, with all that said, it still was pretty good (aside form the beer soaked shirt, and floor, and west highland terrier). Definitely excited though.
I'm brewing a hefe tomorrow (boulevard wheat clone) and will keg it after 3 weeks as well, I have a pretty busy 3 weeks coming up, so hopefully the current keg will last me through until then, and I can go 30psi for 48 (chilled) and see if that's better. I'm hoping that having cold beer on hand will help improve my patience .