I usually do 21 days in Primary, straight into a keg. Depending on my pipeline, I might pop it into the fridge and carb it within 3-5 days, or it could very well sit around sealed, and condition warm for 1-10 months before being put on pressure.
My Mint Pale was the clearest beer I've ever done, that one sat on the yeast cake for 4 weeks. It went into a keg, sat warm for 2 days (while I drank the dregs of what was in the fridge), then immediately went into the fridge and onto the gas.
I would say that 2 week (maybe 3?) primary, straight into a keg, straight onto gas, should be fine for most sub-6% beers.
My 10der&Mild Mild for the swap will be 7 days primary and 3 days hi-pressure in the fridge.