What you'll find is that your broker has reflected your request for overallocation as "overallocation request shares". Once the overallocation is allocated you'll then get the allocation and a refund. Based on my quick math the overallocation is about 5% of your allocation.
It may depend on the brokerage, in my TD account they were first listed at the exercise price, but later were listed upward, based on no clear criteria. Doesn't matter, just a number for now.
Fascinating price action here, the rights fuse out in a few minutes and they are still holding up in price, you'd think there would have been some last-minute panic selling. There should be no transactions at all by the close, depending on EROC's time limit this afternoon. Of course, retail deadlines have already passed.