Thanks for the welcome.
Yeah I was a little upset about the high SG and didn't even think of bottles bursting, but that makes sense. I might take a little trip by the homebrew supply store today and pick up new yeast. Its a bummer though because that just means more time between now and when I can drink it... Oh well, there is a 5 gallon batch of red ale next to it that is doin great.
How does adding too much yeast affect a brew, i.e. if I already added, it already fermented a little (SG dropping from 1.058 to 1.030) and I add some more (I use dry yeast packets) will it just mean I have a lot of sediment in my bottles or is there another result from that as well?
EDIT: SG today = 1.022, must still be fermenting with not airlock activity, this could probably be due to a lot of headspace fermenting a 3 gallon batch in a 5 gallon carboy? I am going to hold back on the yeast