I’m the dissenter around here. I’ve found my beers to clear much better when using secondary (technically it’s a bright tank unless you add fermentables). There’s also evidence that shows yeast and trub will strip dry hop oils when the finally settle out.
If you are getting a “funk” from racking to secondary or getting oxidation you are not doing it correctly. The dissolved CO2 is what’s causing your perceived airlock activity. And if you’re getting significant activity your likely not racking carefully enough.
With that said, I encourage you to try different methods and do what works best for your process/system. For me, if it’s supposed to be hazy (NEIPA, Wheat, Wits) there’s no reason to brighten the beer.