Yup, that's good info. I disagree about not using the ratchet style tie downs, they help out alot as long as you don't overdue it. I've hauled my LT, and my RT, many times using that method.
1. put the front wheel into a wheel chock. set it on the sidestand while you get the tie downs ready.
2. put tie down extender straps around the fork tubes just above the front fender fork cross brace.
3. hook up the ratcheting tie down straps to the extension straps. leave the left side just loose enough to be about right with the bike vertical.
4. rachet the right side strap till the bike is vertical. it is critical that the left side be figured correct in step 3 so the bike doesn't come over on the right.
5. ratchet adjust as necessary to ensure the bike is vertical. make sure the sidestand is in the up position. it's made to rest the bike, not support it during movement stress.
6. hook ratchet tie down straps to extension straps placed around the front of the rear sidecase frames. you'll see them if you look up under the side cases on each side. I just use the centerstand cross brace on the RT. ratchet adjust as necessary. this stablizes the rear tire from sliding around if you hit a bad bump, and also helps keep the bike from forward movement if you have to brake hard.
7. I used to add another two straps to the centerstand lift handle on the LT just because it allowed me more peace of mind with the heavier bike. I'd put a closed cell foam hunting seat under the strap that went over the seat to the right side to protect the drivers seat.
I've hauled the bikes south out of the great white north here several times using this method and it works well. The strongback tie could nullify some of this method, but there is the info if you need it.