I installed 10.7 on another SATA bay in my 6-Core Pro, but considering the benefits of SSD and now TRIM support, I'm considering partitioning my 120 GB OCZ SSD for Lion. I'm running "Snow Leopard" on my 120GB SSD with just system and application files (all my user documents are on another SATA bay, Media files on another, and Time Machine on a third). I have ~70 GB's available on the SSD. I'd install Lion and configure my "Home" account from "Snow Leopard" is used for both, essentially leaving only the necessary system files for Lion to run. However, how do I point "Lion" to recognize my "Snow Leopards" Applications folder as the default Application folder for future installations? I know this is tricky given that Lion uses new core app's such as iCal/Mail/Address Book that I need to utilize, but I would rather not have two copies of my applications. Will this hinder the SSD in any way? I work in tech so I know the answer, pretty much, just want to make certain nothing new/unknown is amiss. Thanks!