I have a hydralift for the 03 Ultra. Had an incident where the installer put the front chock too far forward and when driving on the crappy I4 section through Orlando, the bike came out of the chock and fell over about 60 degrees or so although there were six tie downs on it. Bent the front forward tie down and the front portion of the aluminum ramp. Although Hydralift would not work with me on discounted replacement parts (they stated it was installed incorrectly by the selling dealer) of $300, replace those parts, moved the chock forward and have had no issues since. I now "lash" the front tire to the chock, rear tire "lashed" downward onto the ramp in addition to the normal tie down points. The bike will NOT move an inch now!
All that said, the intent is to replace the Ultra w/a trike w/in two years and tow the Ram 4X4 w/trike in the back of it (see Load All ramps) and repurpose the Hydralift to carry a kangacart (400lbs). Note that the Hydralift w/platform will cut down a bit on your turning radius, so my intent is to get an extension for the tow bar in order to provide more clearance for the truck hood/front end. Pic show tweaked front tie down bar after bike fell over.