Now I know you suggest to wait for it but I'm very eager to brew some more. So what would be good style to brew that will be farly easy. I have pretty good (3 degrees) control over my mash temps but my fermentation temps could only be higher range 67-70. I can try using ice chest and some iced water.
So for styles I was looking at Baltic Porter.
Baltic Porter does best with a cool fermentation, ale yeast or not. Might I suggest a Southern English Brown or a Brown Porter, both of which can stand a little more yeast character but are along similar lines (but much lower alcohol)? This will also help with your impatience, as they will be ready to bottle in as little as 7-10 days (though I suggest waiting 14). Baltic Porters tend to do best with a little more time.