I pulled mine out of primary after 2 weeks, but I was on a time crunch to get the beer kegged for a New Years party.
It was technically "done" according to the SG, but I think that giving it another week would have helped the flavor a little better. Its so far been the best beer I've made, even with rushing it.
I guess check the SG, and if its where its supposed to be, then decide what to do. I don't really see the point of transferring to a secondary for this beer though. Its not like its being dry-hopped or flavored with something at this point, so leaving it in primary until bottling is probably your best bet.
Kegged: Wheat Pale Ale
Kegged: Pale Ale
Kegged: Vienna Lager
Ready to Keg: Jamil's Blonde Ale
Primary: BierMuncher's OctoberFAST Ale
On Deck: Really want to do a nice Irish Red Ale, a new wheat ale, a pilsner, and another pale ale with some different hops than I've used before.
Meads: BOMM, JAOM and Tart-Cherry Melomel aging.