Agreed. There's no reason to be switching programs, especially as a beginner. What has your most recent training looked like - the days, exercises, sets, and reps?
Why? More training does not bring more results. 5 days is generally what I'd consider the high end of training frequency. More than that and you've got to really have your nutrition and training program dialed in to maximize recovery.
Jim Wendler has a 6 day a week 5/3/1 program, but I'm wondering if you'll be able to reel yourself in enough to benefit enough ("starting too light" and "progressing too slow" are key tenets of his plan).
Good stuff. Between the strength gains and the bodyweight gains, it sounds like you stumbled your way into a decent foundation. Nice work so far. Tweaking your training and nutrition will definitely keep things moving forward.
Exactly how fat are you right now? Not a percentage, but do you have a muffin top or some gut hanging over the belt, do you have any ab/leg/shoulder/arm definition, care to toss up a quick pic just so we know what's what?
Basically, if you really are getting too fat, definitely consider easing up a bit on the calories. Not saying to start cutting, but if you plan on cutting next summer (about 6 months away), there's no sense in adding even more fat. You can keep gaining size and strength without necessarily adding excessive bodyfat.
Surge Recovery is still a cost-efficient workout shake. Quality protein and carbs before, during, and right after training can make a difference in recovery and performance.