Originally Posted by Arkador
That is the beauty of homebrewing. Make it the way you like it!
If you like a cleaner HW, by all means secondary it. I don't secondary many beers anymore, that is partially driven by more patience in primary, laziness, and other things occupying my time.
I know where you're coming from so there's really no debate going on...
I can also see not doing a secondary if you do not move your kegs after filling and tap in place. I'm certain many of the brewers here do that. This way any sediment is not roused to make the brew cloudy again.
In my case my keezer is in the garage and my kegerator is in the basement. If I did not secondary my keezer kegs would be cloudy again by time I carried them to the basement and slid them into place in the kegerator. It would be a waste of time (on my part) if I didn't secondary.
As for bottles I also swirl them with about 1" of beer left to top off the glass.