I don't usually secondary and haven't for years. That said, I don't bag my hops. So when I dry hop in the primary the pellets tend to plummet down into the trub. This batch has at least 2 inches of trub at the bottom, maybe more. I've dryhopped many batches in the primary and although it is a ton easier to do, I am not convinced that I'm getting everything I should when the hops plummet into the trub. Celebration Ale is built on flavor and aroma so the dry hop phase is important.
I understand pros and cons of each method.
I have a spare 5 gallon carboy so I thought I'd move it over onto the hops and let it go a week before kegging. No biggie.
It could be worse.