After speaking with a local brewmaster in Napa, I tried to follow what he does.
He whirlpools, waits for everything to settle (waiting for it to settle is very important) and then slowly draws out of the BK and runs it through a 5 gallon keg filled with hops. He said that the resins in the hops act as a sort of protein magnet and after his wort passes through the plate chiller it's very clear.
For my scale of production, this turned out to be a Blichmann Hop Rocket. I whirlpool, wait for it to settle and then let the two filters in the Hop Rocket and about 4oz of fresh whole hops take care of the rest. Beer comes out very clear. Plus you can use use the Hop Rocket as a Randall (if you're into that sort of thing).
Here endeth the plug.