Glad to hear its going well. I don't know if you have done a hefe before, but I thought I'd mention that the usual aging rules don't apply. With most beers, the idea is to let the beer age a little to let flavors mature and yeast settle. With a hefe you usually get better beer earlier in the process. I keg my beers, so I pretty much start drinking a hefe right after it is done fermenting. If you are bottling, you are more or less stuck with the bottle carbonating time, but you can skip the whole ~2 week "secondary" stage.