Lastly I've noticed no burnt out bulb warning light. I did buy two resistors just in case but I guess I won't need them. I did take some pics of the taillight running the LED's but there's no way to really see the difference. So no point of posting them
They do sell a slightly higher power bulb called the 1157-R45-T at $25 a bulb. They offer more of a true 360 degree beam pattern like a incandescent. Based off the specs, if I was going to do this again I might recommend to try those first. I just didn't notice them while I was ordering at the time. I might use them for the rear fogs, reverse lights, or the turn signal lights, in the future. Will report back then....
So I was doing a little testing... and noticed I could have the rear fog fire when I yet the brake and it would not cause the "Brake Light" warning. Then I could use a single load resistor per bulb. Since the LED still doesn't seem to have the same overall brightness, using my rarely used fog lights seem like a better option. I had my wife and a random neighbor walking by and asked if they thought the brake light with the rear fog light was too much... and the all said it was fine. So I have a set of 1156 led bulb ordered from DDMTuning.com as they were running a sale. Yes there are getting shipped from China so I know the quality is like not going to match Superbrightleds.com, but they are selling them for $10 vs. $26 at SBL. I'll post some pics of the final wiring so you have a DIY coming your way soon.