If that "SWAG" rack is for the back of the PUP it solves nothing. If you are putting an adapter at the hitch to carry the bikes between the truck and the PUP my concern would be turning i.e. you want to be able to put the TV and PUP at sharp angles to each other without crushing your bikes. Other than that would be the added tongue weight......with a bed full of fire would, the tongue weight of your PUP plus the bikes in there you'd want to be careful you're not exceeding any limits of the F-150. My gut say probably OK, but you'd want to be sure. If the truck bed is out, IMHO the roof of the PUP is a good choice too but can be $$$$$. Also there are bike racks available for OVER the truck bed from both THULE and YAK but again, be prepared for some heavy $$$$$. But my arguement has always been.......what is your safety worth and the safety of the people who share the road with you. Every camping season I'm amazed at the number of poor setups all over the road (not saying you're one of them) but got thinking about it since we're on the ever popular "how to take my bike" discussion. My guess.....perhaps ever 1 out of 3 people take the time and/or money to set up their hitching right, have an adequate TV and properly secure bikes. Good luck.