I was just listening to a show with Dan Gordon. He was suggesting a week in the primary at your ferm temp, rack to a secondary for another week off the yeast, then rack to a third vessel (he mentioned a corny keg). 2 weeks at 4°C then drop it to 0°C for 4 weeks.
Says the 3 vessels get more and more yeast out of suspension (aside from the cold). He doesn't put over-pressure to it. Allows it to naturally carb at the 4° inside the keg. Vents the pressure from that (says it holds about 8psi like that).
So, yeah, get that baby in the keg and lager it.