I've now bottled all of my brew and I saw there was a very thin layer of sediment at the bottom of the bucket. I've read some reports about an inch thick sediment at the bottom of a 5 gallon bucket. Has something gone wrong with mine?
If the brew went well then there is probably a lot of yeast left in solution and it will precipitate in the bottle. If the brew was not so complete then keep a watch on your bottles for excessive pressure! If all else fails then remember that "bottle conditioning" over many months can cure a multitude of sins.... as well as rendering an undrinkable brew "fit for drunken friends".
I note from the comment above that this was an extract brew, the brew was reasonably clear and the FG was 1004. From that I would deduce this was a light beer/ale/lager and fermentation had proceeded to completion. I am presuming some priming sugar/drops was added before sealing the bottles. On the face of it, this beer should be good to go after a few weeks of conditioning in the bottle. My advice would be to leave it a bit longer rather than a bit shorter to condition fully. Use the waiting time to brew your next batch! Good luck!