I'd let it sit for another week, then rack it to a bottling bucket and bottle it (or keg it).
Whether or not you need to secondary is pretty much a matter of opinion (I don't believe anyone has done any true scientific research to the effects of secondary fermentation in a homebrew setting).
If you want to secondary it, go ahead an do it and leave it in secondary as long as you normally would.
MATT - 65g in 2k8
3rd Circle Brewery
Ferminatin' - Route 666 Pale Ale
Figurin' to do - Oatmeal Stout, Gueuze, Belgian Blonde, Mild, English Pale Ale, Weizenbock