Indeed, as predicted, USA 186 was moved out of the primary West plane, and started to drift towards the secondary West plane in mid-November 2013 following a manoeuvre that changed its inclination and made it loose sun-synchronisity.
USA 186 is still drifting westwards. It currently is moving westward at a rate of 0.11 degree/day relative to USA 245 (2013-043A), the primary satellite in the West plane since the autumn of 2013. The difference in RAAN between the two satellites currently is slightly over 16 degrees:
Late 2013 and early 2014, I expected that the drift would end early February 2014, when the RAAN difference between USA 245 and USA 186 reached 10 degrees, the old separation between USA 186 and USA 129, the former primary and secondary West plane satellites. I was proven wrong with my prediction, when USA 186 continued to drift past that date.
I then turned to a second scenario: that the intended RAAN difference between USA 245 and USA 186 will be 20 degrees, similar to the difference between USA 224 and USA 161 in the East plane.
With the current rate of precession of 0.1111 degrees/day relative to USA 245, the RAAN difference between USA 186 and USA 245 will reach 20 degrees near May 1. So I expect USA 186 to manoeuvre into a lower, sun-synchronous orbit on or near that date. The KH-11 constellation will then look like this:
An open question is what will happen to USA 129 (1996-072A), the over 17 year old former secondary West plane satellite. I still think it will be de-orbited somewhere this year. But I have been wrong before.
Note: the orbits for USA 129, USA 186 and USA 245 in the West plane in the images above are based on recent observations. The East plane satellites USA 161 and USA 224 have not been observed since autumn 2013, and will not be visible from the Northern hemisphere before mid-April. There is therefore a possibility that one or both have moved, but since we have no information on their current whereabouts, I have depicted them in their 'old' orbital planes of the autumn of 2013 relative to the West plane.