Thanks for the replies!
I am pretty sure it is finished, been at 1.012 for a few days, and it's actually a little bit below what I had planned. I like to bottle my Hefeweizen after 10-14 days in primary, I think it tastes best 3 to 4 weeks after brewday. Not a beer that needs a lot of aging.
Anyway, the BYO quote is interesting. Thanks for that. I have it sitting at room temp, but it sits in a tiled floor, no basement underneath, so the beer temp is around 60. So maybe I will assume that there is already quite a bit of CO2 in there.
I think I will adjust my priming sugar amount down a bit to be sure I don't get bottle bombs. I was going to shoot for 2.7 vols in beersmith, so maybe I will just go with 2.4 or something like that and see where it gets me. I think that the beer will lose some of the CO2 during transfer into the bottling bucket, too.