Have you taken a hydro reading? How do you know it's done fermenting? You wouldn't want to transfer to a secondary before its finished fermenting, otherwise you'd be encouraging the yeast to stall... Once you've gotten 2 stabile hydro readings (3 days apart) then your beer is done its primary fermentation. You could transfer to a secondary at that point if you want, but many of us just leave our beers in the primary for a minimum of 3-4 weeks. Everything eventually settles to the bottom of your fermenter, leaving you with clear beer on top... Don't rush it.
"I don't want these logs looking like a Boy Scout was turned loose on them with a dull hatchet" -DP
primary 1: Desert Sky's Bombshell Blonde Ale
primary 2: :(
bottled: Sim'arillo IPA, Stout, BM's Centennial Blonde, Belgian Blonde, Citra'rillo APA, Saison, Mt. Hood Blonde