For an experienced V-Dieter, yes, you can continue with the Transition phase as you please. I do that often actually; it’s just convenient sometimes. You may also want to look into the Pulse Fast plan and toss in a day of that once a week: <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/free_online_article/velocity_life/mag10_pulse_fast_1?src=vdiet"target=“new”>Pulse Fast
As for the scale weight question: try not to even think of numbers on a scale. For one thing, if you lost 5 pounds of fat but gained 5 pounds of metabolism-boosting muscle, you’d look very different, but the scale would show nothing and you’d probably be disappointed. So the scale is pretty meaningless. Think tape measurements and before & after pics.
Second, scale weight loss (assuming it can accurately measure real fat loss and not be thrown off by a number of factors, which is a huge assumption) is largely determined by how much you have to lose. A 250 pound person can lose 20 pounds much faster than a 145 pound person.
In short, it’s a wild guessing game and you shouldn’t play it. Instead just do your best and see what happens. Speed of fat loss is often determined by how strict the dieter chooses to be and how hard he or she works in the gym. So all you can do is do your best and work your hardest. The fat will come off as it comes off. No need to sit around and ponder it.