I've got my first saison in primary right now using the Danstar Belle Saison dry yeast. I have not checked gravity but when it seemed like fermentation was over and I was going to rack it, I looked closely and saw tiny bubbles coming up the side of the carboy. Then again a week later. And again a week later. It's been in the primary for almost 3 weeks and it is still fermenting, very slowly. Still cloudy, still glugging along. I guess my advice out of all of this is, if you want a bone dry beer and avoid gushers, patience is key. Don't think it's over until you know for certain it is over. Gosh... I won't be at all surprised if I hit an FG of 0.999 on this one or something ungodly low like that.