Originally Posted by TheBiGZ
I see no point in cold crashing or using a secondary if you are going to dry hop, it's not going to be clear anyway.
sure it will be clear, unless there is some sort of problem. Some highly hopped beers may have a faint hops haze, but for the most part they still should be clear. I don't like hazy or murky beer, so I make all of my beers (including IPAs) clear.
As to answers:
1. It doesn't matter, but beer ages faster at warmer temperatures. If the secondary is for aging (although I wouldn't dream of aging an IPA), the temperature can be warmer. I'd keep it cold, to preserve as much as the fresh hops aroma as possible.
2. Not really. The point of a secondary would be to clear and age a bit. If you can get clear beer in the primary, and dryhop in the primary, I don't see any benefit to racking it again.