I don't know how windy it gets up there but if you do end up using the Hogback here are some suggestions.
First you can get an optional pole from TT , as you can see in this photo :
Note how the tent is set up.
So make sure that it is set up nice and taut, tents don't perform well when floppy.
(exactly like a sail but ,for some unknown to me reason, sailors don't blame the sails, campers blame their tents...)
Next, the 8" Easton according to BPL tests have a
holding power of 66lbs, so that is a combined power of almost 400lbs.
(the TripTease cord can hold about 250lbs..)
So don't be afraid to pile up a lot of weight over those corner guyouts as well as extending the ones in the middle so that you can wrap them around logs/rocks.
Lastly do install pole guylines ( so you have another two anchoring points)
Those should be used in all but the mildest conditions.
BTW, make sure the rocks you put on top of the PitchLock corners don't rub against the TripTease cords.