It sounds like your principally after the hop aroma, rather than necessarily clarifying the wort. I just did an IPA somewhat similar to the hop-bursted ones discussed in the recent Zymurgy article. I simply dumped the 3 oz post-boil addition into the kettle, gave it a stir, covered it and let it rest for 20-minutes before chilling. It was cold and windy out, and the temp got down to about 170, but I think the simple post boil rest probably did its thing. It's still finishing out, so I can't say much about the final results yet. I would only add that during transfer to the secondary, the young beer tasted more bitter than I expected based on the software calculations. That's a relative thing obviously, but if I do feel that post-boil hop rest added notable bittering.