Perhaps I'm being too fussy about the clarity. According to the BJCP guidelines it should have "good clarity" as opposed to some other styles "very clear," "brillantly clear" or even just "clear." I guess "good" is just a subjective term anyway when it comes to judging.
It just seems a bit odd I have to bottle it to get the clarity to even a "good" level and in the keg it won't seem to clear at all. I wonder if carbonating right away after kegging rather than letting the yeast settle out for several weeks makes a difference?