Not sure which model hybrid you have, but I think you should be OK with deploying the Super High Wind PUG's with the Velcro option. The Velcro is sewn to the top side of the PUG; the manufacturer will do this now, we did it locally as I had not seen the attachment method when we ordered ours. A detail is you do not use the top shock cord as the Velcro in effect replaces it, and holds the PUG the full width of the canvas.
With the Velcro attachment we leave the PUG's in place when folding up the bunk ends. Just flip the shock cords on top of the canvas and fold up. The PUG hangs down from the Velcro when unfolding; just reach in a bit to grab the shock cords to each side prior to putting the canvas bar in place.
The Velcro is below the bunk end gasket on the inside lip, and holds the top of the PUG as everything is folded up. Note we use the stock mattress and do not fold mattress covers up in the bunk end though; probably not room for the PUG if that is your practice.
As mentioned, the Super High Wind version are provided with several shock cords that are fastened together under the bunk end. I find it a bit awkward on the front bunk with the batteries and propane tanks, but it is doable easily if you have assistance to hold the bunk end up slightly. A carabiner ring holds the shock cords together in the middle of the bunk end underside.
You may need assistance to install the Velcro on the rig. I just used a step stool to climb up on the bunk end to stick the self adhesive Velcro in place. I bought three rolls and ran it the full width of the bunk end.
The third page of this very complete installation thread shows our trailer, and includes lots of details of other installs. We also made Reflectix panels for the windows.
Using velcro to attach popup gizmos.
I also found this thread helpful to understand the various types of PUG
Standard or Super high wind gizmos?
Bottom line, the Super High Wind PUG with Velcro is great and should suit your needs.