There will be plenty of yeast left to bottle condition. Gelatin works best combined with cold crashing. If you don't have a fridge to put your fermenter in, the way I do it is I have a large plastic tub that my carboy fits in. I pack ice around it and keep topping up the ice for a couple of days. It's a bit of a pain in the butt so I only ever do it if it looks like I have a particularly powdery yeast.
Personally, I'm in the long-primary crowd and advocate keeping your beer in the primary for at least a week or two after it's reached FG. Let gravity do the clearing for you.
Stop using so much caramel malt. Your beer will thank you.
(yes, Carapils is a caramel malt...so is Special B)
pujwI HIq Mild Ale
KPA Khitomer Pale Ale
Quadro (quadrotriticale ale)
Beer of Honor
Black Bat'Leth Stout
Targ's Blood Nut Brown Ale
Supersecret sour beer experiment v1.0