I just got done putting a batch of stout in the fermenter but when I poured the wort off the trub it seemed as if there wasn't much of a cold break, as sediment started pouring off about halfway on transfer. I kept going until there was a lot starting to collect at the rim of the stockpot, and I capped the fermenter after stirring in the yeast. When I poured the trub into the woods behind the house it looked like there was about a quart of wort/trub left behind. Is that a lot, should I have cooled it down more being that it is a higher gravity batch. Also, should I add water to make 5 gal. in the secondary or leave it as is (I would need about a half gallon). I know, relax and have a brew I just want to make a good thick batch of stout though!