I lift the entire car from the front jack points. I have found I can safely position my jack so that it contacts the stock jack location (vertical metal reinforced jack plate) and not the plastic parts (see third pic for detail). Lifting from the front jack point, both front and back wheels come off the ground. Jack up one side and place front and rear stands, duplicate on other side.
This permits placing the rear jack stand on the marked rear jack point,
I place the front jack stand under the alloy cap securing a suspension mounting point.
This seems pretty solid. I guess you could jack from the suspension point and put the stands at the front jack points too, haven't tried that yet.
I actually try and sort of push the car off the jack stands before I crawl under it, and the front stands can "settle".
the three places I have supported the car, so far nothing has bent.
floor jack pic taken under full weight of car, before placing the jack stands.
Front jack stand under load
Rear jack stand under load