If you want to be absolutely anal about expected FG, here's a good online calculator:
Brew Your Own: The How-To Homebrew Beer Magazine - Brewing Calculator
You'll note that it asks you all kinds of details because expected FG depends on what kind of effeciency you get, as well as what kind of flocculation your yeast strain has. The quick answer is that if you used all the same ingredients and yeast as the recipe, then your FG will be a tad under 1.013.
On Tap: Barleywine, Coffee Oatmeal Imperial Stout (big big beer)
Fermenting: Double Simcoe IPA
On the Bench: Racer 5 IPA
"One of the first things early caveman did, when he crawled out of the mudd, was to make beer. And cavemen everywhere are still making beer...and drinking beer." - Jean Sheperd