I just bought a 64GB Kingston SSD to replace my 320GB drive in my A1151 MBP. I was wondering what is the best way to organize the new system with the limited space (external drives for most). I plan on using it for OS, and maybe my top 5 or 10 applications I use. With about ~25GB of music and photos in iTunes and iPhoto, would it be best to keep them all on the SSD and put everything else onto external drive(s)? If you use an SSD please, explain how you went about swapping over. I want to make sure I've got everything I need BEFORE I install the OS onto my new SSD. Assuming I should do a fresh install- could I use time machine to assist me in this? I am basically just trying to find a clean, relatively easy way to do the backup, without having too much crap bogging down the drive in the end result. As it is now, I've got tons of various downloads (mostly media which still needs to be transferred to my NAS which will be less to worry about later) once those are gone, mainly i'll use Firefox, iTunes, iPhoto, uTorrent, VLC and a couple other small apps. Bootcamp is another story, but I am not too worried about that - I can figure out what I want to do with that after I make the swap. All tips, advice and critisism is welcome, I am just searching for advice and to see how others have organized their systems when introducing an SSD. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and hopefully for responding!