I actually like the HT HU SnG's
On Carbon anyway you start with $1,500t blinds 30/60
I raise a lot pre, but raises are always min-raise. Cbets more like 1/4-1/3 pot are usually fine. You have plenty of room at the start to manuever, and I wouldn't jam/fold till ~8bb.
Knowing Nash Equilibrium helped my HU game a lot. Here's a nifty chart for you.
That chart shows how many blinds your stack needs to be to make an open jam better than a fold. If your stack is equal to or less than the number in the box, then a shove is better. Keep in mind this doesn't mean automatically jam, that may be <EV than a min-raise or even a flat based on game/villain tendencies. What this does mean is that folding is clearly an error.
I just played one while typing this out to try and get a better feel for remembering how they go. I do remember now that I like to just sort of poke and prod early on, then usually seem to do best by exploiting the average villain's tendency to play too tightly once the blinds escalate. I start jamming quite wide and they basically hand me their stack one blind at a time. However, like I said I'm not just going nuts on ATC with 10+bb. I'm framing my jam decisions off that chart posted above.