I think when your initial weight loss is fairly brisk, it's easy to become impatient. IMO, if you're within the normal weight range for your height and you haven't lost in a month or two, calling it a plateau is a little impatient. Also not very primal, because I'm sure 50,000 years ago a well-defined 6-pack meant you were at risk if you encountered an extended disruption in your food supply. Grok probably loved the look and feel of a little bit of cushion. On the other hand, if you're still in the overweight range and haven't lost in a couple of months, that is a completely different situation.
I used to frequent the LoseIt message boards and a number of people who had lost in the 40-100 lb range found that once they stopped losing, they inexplicably continued to get smaller over the next year or two. That suggests to me that body recomp after weight loss can continue over an extended period of time, even without any special effort. Now that I'm firmly within the normal weight range for my height, I've decided to just focus on being good to myself for the next year and seeing where that takes me.
CW-125, part calorie counting, part transition to primal
GW- Goals are no longer weight-related