That was indeed an interesting read. I'm pretty sure I had read it before at one point but it was a good refresher to go through. In terms of brewing Plinian Legacy, yes I brew this once per year side by side with Off the Topper. Gives a nice contrast between West Coast and East Coast IPA's and is a great pairing to have on tap for mid-summer. For both of these beers, the kits are formulated for 6 gallons into the fermenter to accommodate for the trub and hop material that will inevitably be left behind when transferring. Also, for both of these beers, I use my pump and IC instead of my CFC and run a whirlpool for the hopstand before chilling. I continue the whirlpool through chilling and then swap the output of my pump through the vent port into my 6.5 gal carboy. I make no attempt to limit the amount of break and hop material and it's DEFINITELY a cloudy carboy. There will still be material left in the kettle but I don't even bother to let it settle once it's chilled before transferring.
I have a standard 6.5 gal glass carboy and a BMB 6.5 glass carboy and typically as I do these back to back weekends, the first batch goes into the standard and the second batch goes into the BMB. When I transfer to the keg, I deliberately stay above the trub level at the bottom of the carboy. That being said, both of these fill my ball lock kegs to capacity and I inevitably am forced (such a burden ) to pour myself 2 - 3 glasses of beer to make room for the dry hops. Once the dry hop is complete, they go into the kegerator. I can tell you that the times I've done Plinian Legacy, it pours absolutely crystal clear after the first few pints.