I use the same system, but rig it differently. I secured each of the 2 white rings with small rope loops to the shackles (beneath the tramp) holding the front corners the tramp. I added 2 short rope loops with plastic hooks (with retainers) to the under side lacings of the rear tramp (each about a foot in from either hull). I tie one end of the easy right line to the starboard rear tramp lines nearest the hull, then thread the starboard ring at the front of the tramp, then bring the easy right line back to the starboard loop hooked into the underside of the rear tramp lacing (1 foot in) over to the other (port loop) then up to the port ring and finally down to the rear lacings nearest the port hull. When flipped I have easy access to the whole system. I just release one of the hooks (opposite the hull I'm going to stand on) and lean out. I don't even try to put the line over the hull (I weigh 200 lbs and don't need the added leverage gained by pulling the line over the hull). Once righted I just reach under the rear corss beam and rehook the loop. Using this method has worked well for me and the system is completely out of the way when under sail.