When I overhauled my engine, it got lifted out at about 3 AM, when I was running on purely adrenaline and Coors Light. My memory'* a little fuzzy, but I'll try to help.
It sounds like you've disconnected the transaxle, downpipe, engine mounts, and hopefully the bolts inside the flywheel (some people forget those). That should be everything. If so, jack up the engine lift until the chains attached to the engine go taut. Then, give a good push on the driver'* side of the engine, and it'll come free from the transaxle.
Also worth mentioning, once the engine is on the stand, it'* also a good time to spin your torque converter by hand and check for unwanted bearing noise. (Hopefully you can grab an extra if it'* loud... I couldn't.)
2007 Pontiac G5
1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GT - Stock engine ate transmission.
1997 Pontiac Bonneville SE - Cammed engine ate transmission.