People argue for secondary, but I think that it's really not necessary for a lot of beers, especially 'normal' ales. When I first got started, I thought it was an important step. Lately, a lot of the guys around here, especially ones that I respect and trust, have been advocating just going straight from primary to bottling. And I've tried it, and it definitely works, as far as I'm concerned, autolysis is a boogieman that a lot of homebrewers don't need to worry about. I've left stuff in primary on the yeast cake for months at a time with no ill effects.
Furthermore, skipping the 'secondary' vessel also takes out a step that can risk infection and oxygenation of fermented beer. And as TTB-J said, you still get your bulk conditioning without needing to move it around.