A TW is not a light bike at 270+. As far as my own back-and-forth debates with myself one thing was sure, I did not need the extra worry about cracks or stability but also could justify something I could use for my larger motorcycles too if needed in an emergency.
I have 2 friends that have aluminum ramps and happy with them. One (he has one of those dual-bike versions) uses it for dirt bikes much lighter than a TW. The other actually does have a HF model and is happy with it. But he is also an expert welder and beefed it up structurally. Just use common-sense knowing that the mantra "you get what you pay for" really rings true.
I mostly trailer a dual Kendon behind a standard regular Jeep Wrangler (2 doors/stick-shift/soft top). It came with a tow package so when I do use my carrier it handles fine even with the TW on it. Oh yeah... I do know it's there but have never experienced any control or weird handling problems. With the 230lb. Honda XR I don't know it's there. Same with my friends XT225, like carrying a ghost.
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One thing I would add and this is specific to a Versahaul (not sure about other brands) you can slide the main carrier forward or backwards to match the specifics of the bike you are hauling. That in itself adds versatility for folks like me with a small platform vehicle like a Jeep. If I wanted or needed to carry something closer to 300lbs I could remove my rear tire and push the carrier right up to the frame. Again, use common sense.