A 30 day primary is plenty of time to have a clear beer. My typical time for primary is 21 days and very rarely use a secondary vessel. Pouring your beer into the bottling bucket will expose the beer to the air. This will most likely oxidize the beer. A siphon is more of a closed system. Only the surface of the beer in the bottling bucket has some exposure to the air until it is bottled. The auto siphon is the easiest to use compared to a racking cane.
Having the outflow tube of the siphon curled in the bottom of the bottling bucket will also efficiently mix you priming solution into the beer.
Caribou Slobber really improves with age. Two to three weeks for carbonation, but really good after a few months. Save some bottles for aging and have another brew started to take you mind off the CS just sitting there staring at you.