So, I brewed this up on Monday and everything went according to plan, except for a few things...I started with 3.75 gallons of water for 5.10 lbs of grain. I mashed for 70 minutes at 154. I heated the water to about 161 and after adding the grain hit my target of 154...so it started well. I wrapped 2 towels around the pot to help keep the heat in, after 70 minutes it was 150 degrees. I pulled out the bag and squeezed my heart out (no mash out or anything). After all was said and done with the mash, I began my 90 minute boil, adding my hops and irish moss. After the boil, I put in an ice bath and decided to transfer to the keg at about 85 degrees. I took a hydrometer reading and I hit 1.050 which was not my target. My target was 1.064. My first brew in a bag hit the exact same gravity, 1.050. I'm disappointed, but hey I still made beer. I ended up with literally the exact amount for the keg, including the gunk and all those nasties so this one will surely be cold crashed. This is where the fun began. This was the 2nd time I used liquid yeast, however my first using yeast in a vile (California Ale Yeast). The instructions said to shake well, then add to wort. So I began to shake. After shaking, I cracked the top and the yeast exploded! Doing my best to make sure it exploded into the keg, it dripped all over my hands and outside of the vile casing. I decided to let it sit and then whisk the hell out of it, knowing the damage has been done and if it was going to be contaminated then so be it, but I am still going to let it sit. As of right now, the thing is blowing up and active fermentation is definitely taking place, so in about 2 weeks I will give it a taste and see if it's beer. Overall it was a success, and I am sure I made beer. I still need to work on my efficiency and hitting my gravity, and I learned a thing or two about yeast in the viles. But with this hobby I have learned to just relax and have a homebrew. I continue to enjoy the brewing experience and I will continue to work at perfecting this method along with my beer. Thanks again everyone! I will post pictures at a later date and let you know how it turns out. Cheers! And Brew on!