Transferred the beer today. It went very smoothly.
Sanitized and purged receiving kegs, hooked up the liquid line to liquid posts on sending and receiving keg, opened the prv on the receiving keg and connected gas to sending keg.
WIth the pilsner it never got cloudy at the end just went from pretty clear looking beer to gas passing through the line. With the IPA I pulled the liquid line as soon as I saw the liquid begin to darken. May have transferred a tiny bit of trub/hops debris but nothing that won't come off in the first pint.
The pilsner had been cold conditioning and on gas for about a month so no surprise that it was nice and clear. The IPA was DH'd at room temp for a week and has been in the fridge on gas for a couple weeks now. Will be interesting to see how the flavor/aroma compares to my usual kegs where the hops stay in. This will likely be drunk in one night so no long term concerns.
Pretty uneventful little exercise but I think it will definitely improve the presentation of the beers after travel. Thanks for all your input guys!
BTW @sneezles61, you're right...i'm too vain to serve my beer in red cups...I'll go for the clear one! ahahaha