You'll find many opinions. If you do only primary-I would wait longer than 10 days-maybe a month or so before bottling. If you use a secondary, you could likely let it sit for months in secondary before bottling/kegging. If you're going to bottle (and not keg), I'd have a longer primary phase, then bottle-leave at 70 degrees or so for a few weeks-then cool down to 50-60 for a good couple of months.
IMO, if you're going to need another fermentation (in the bottle-for carbonation), then you may as well do that sooner than later. That way, all fermentation will be completed by the time you hit your longer conditioning phase. I don't think there's any 'right' answer-just depends on preference and your method.