I recently purchased a 256GB Samsung 470 SSD for my main hard drive. I love it so much that I don't want to partition it to install Windows 7 for gaming (SWTOR and Battlefield 3). Thus, I started looking into the OWC Data Doubler. Originally, I was planning on moving the Samsung SSD to the Data Doubler and throwing a Momentus XT in the main HDD bay. However, I have so much data that I truly need an external to store everything. As a result, my new plan is to leave the 256GB Samsung SSD in the main HDD bay and install a 96GB Kingston SSD in the Data Doubler. The Kingston SSD will be used for Windows and Windows alone. It's not as good of an SSD as the Samsung, but I refuse to settle for anything less than an SSD at this point. Here is my question: what is the best way to install Windows 7 on the Kingston SSD? Should I: a. Plug the SSD into my friend's desktop PC and install Windows, then transfer the SSD to my computer? b. Remove the Samsung SSD from my computer, install the Kingston SSD, install Windows, and then move the drive to the Data Doubler? Are these even viable options? I know I need to leave the SuperDrive installed in order to install Windows 7, but that's about all I know. Any help would be appreciated!